Sharing Your Voice

Speaking out against injustice, and discrimination, isn’t a guarantee that your voice will change anything. But not speaking out against injustice, and discrimination, is a guarantee that your silence will change nothing. Read more

How Is Trump’s Inauguration “Historic”?

Why? Because I don’t think it means what they think it means. Read more

The Confessions of a Pastor

Over my time in Ordained Ministry I’ve had some amazing highs, and some dramatic lows. I’ve seen churches I serve grow in numbers, and service to the community; I’ve seen churches I served fall in numbers, focusing inward, ignoring the community at large. When churches declined in membership, and become inward focused, I’ve always taken those failures personally. Taking them personally isn’t because I failed, but because, more often than not, others told me I failed, and placed the blame… Read more

As a Sissy, I’m Not Excited About Trump’s America

Because, and this is just my point of view, neither Trump, or the Republicans, have anything to offer except division, and submission of the people. Read more

The Difference Between a Bar, and a Church

One day, while speaking to a gathering of people, The Naked Jesus was confronted by a church member who asked, “What if… Read more

We All Know A Richard

We All Know A Richard: This story is not what you think – read it, if you like a twist. Read more

Doctrine Is A Detractor From The Divine

Doctrine can never be expressed in terms of love, grace, acceptance, forgiveness, or care – doctrine is not something that drives the heart with passion, Doctrine will never be an attractor to the Divine. Doctrine, in fact, can be a detractor from living the teachings of Jesus. Read more

Paralized by Fear

It’s when we learn that forgiveness starts with us we find the point of our blessing of forgiveness, and the words Jesus speaks become our guiding light… Read more

Love Should Be Our Lifestyle

People were drawn to Jesus because he loved them; they were drawn to the early church because his first followers loved each other. When we center on love, people are drawn to us. Read more

When Faith was Institutionalized

When faith is institutionalized, it is easy to cut out the things that run counter to the benefit of the institution; loving others can be messy, and the Institutional Church doesn’t like messy. They ignore the radical teachings of love, because they believe it will take away funding from maintaining the Institution Read more

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