A few months ago, Methodist pastor and blogger Allan Bevere wanted my viewpoint on the argument that the acceptance of same-sex marriage will lead to polyandrous relationships. (Allan doesn't share that view, but is trying to answer that question.) I have to admit that I haven't answered Allan's question yet. It's not for lack of... Continue Reading →
I don't have kids. But if I had a daughter and she was say around 12, would I want her to be able buy Plan B without my say-so or even knowledge? The Obama Administration has decided to offer Plan B, the emergency contraceptive, to women over the age of 15 without a perscription. All... Continue Reading →
Back in May of 2012 , I shared a story of what happened at a Baptist church I attended in Washington, DC in the early 90s. It was a story of how people who disagreed with each other on the issue of homosexuality were able to still be friends and support each other. Around that... Continue Reading →
I've been following fellow Disciples pastor Danny Bradfield for about five or six years via his blog, Field of Dandelions. We still have yet to meet in person (it will happen, I promise). He has a great post about what it means to be honest and authentic, something that pastors are not always good at... Continue Reading →
I know it might be bad form for a pastor to be sharing an article about how people on the autistic spectrum achieve an orgasm, but since there are a lot of us out there that will find a partner or spouse, it's probably a good idea to share this. So, read it.