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Quinn G. Caldwell
If you're a member of the UCC, we've been working on inclusive language for God for a long time, playing with pronouns in order to recognize that God is both many-gendered and beyond gender.
Saying grace on Thanksgiving Day is complicated.
Kenneth L. Samuel
The story has now been given to you and me. If it is to stay relevant, it must be infused with a real sense of our own passion, experience and expression.
My reluctance to put God to the test has been superseded by my need for a God who can and will be made manifest in my life in godlike ways.
The word "pester" is so interesting. It means to bother. To nag. To bug. Often when it comes to justice, we use less interesting verbs.
Because Jesus has made it home, because he is the first to return from the dead, you and I can come out of hiding, running toward home, laughter in our mouths, hearts on fire.
Richard L. Floyd
Something about Jesus himself was so compelling that he inspired many of those who met him to immediately stop what they were doing and put their complete trust in him.
Martin B. Copenhaver
As Christians we are assured that the good old days, no matter how good, are nothing compared to what God has in store for us.
John A. Nelson
Might not we do well to learn, from God's example, to burn with indignant fury until we have delivered our sister or brother from the hand of the oppressor?
God doesn't need a comfortable spot. God can, and will, go anywhere you need God to be.