Love is never canceled

As many of you know, following my retirement I spent six months as an interim staff member at Second Presbyterian in Little Rock. The pastor, Steve Hancock, and I have much in common. In fact, our theological training parallels in remarkable ways, though we come from...

When We All Get Together

The familiar gospel song, When We All Get To Heaven, takes on new meaning in this time of pandemic. Instead of singing about eternity, we’re looking forward to that day when we can all get back together. In sanctuary. For worship. On earth. “What a day of rejoicing...

The Church and Technology

If you listened to our worship on the radio Sunday, it probably sounded like, as Yogi Berra once famously said, “Deja vu all over again.” Here’s the explanation… computer issues. Yes, if all else fails, blame the computer! Except, in this case, it really was...

When and What

With talk of attempts to restore activity to a more normal pace, you may be wondering how our church will respond. I would imagine you are wanting to return to corporate worship sooner rather than later. We all have that hope, of course. But not only do we need to...

Revised Sermon Schedule

Janet and I had made plans to be gone May 17 and 24, to attend events surrounding our grandson’s high school graduation in Macon, Georgia, and to celebrate two birthdays (Janet’s and our daughter Emily’s). But, as with just about all things, Covid19 decided to...

A Different Kind of Trinity

We prefer to be patient on our own terms. What I mean is that we want it to be our virtue, something we produce ourselves and not that which is forced upon us. In other words, we would like for patience to be something that comes from within, not from without....

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