On my phone, an app counts the days till what I lightheartedly call “my six-month nap,” the best way, I believe, to embark on the next stage of my life: retirement.
After worship, a tween spent an hour with an octogenarian showing her how to set up her own Facebook account.
So what does a truly intergenerational — or some might call it pan-generational — church look like?
What do a recovering sinner, adventurer, crusader, and orphan have in common? All of them are members of your congregation.
Two posters hang in my office side by side.
Our confirmands are getting ready.
In December, Amistad Chapel UCC went to the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage to view "Violins of Hope," an exhibit of restored violins from the concentration camps of World War II.
If you can keep your head when all around you others are losing theirs . . . These words from the first line of Rudyard Kipling 's iconic poem “If” have inspired me since I was in grade school.
I’m not a “numbers” person by nature.
“Let’s Ditch Sunday School” is the title of a talk I’ve given in various places and in webinars over the last couple of years.