repost: business matters

2404849371_02a88db594_o-538x218In the past 15 days, I’ve traveled to Kansas City, grieved the pretty sudden death of our dog, done eight loads of laundry at the Laundromat after our brand-new Samsung dryer died almost on arrival, traveled to Knoxville and preached at Johnson University, celebrated our not-sudden-at-all huge win in custody court, and spent the weekend in NYC to participate in the party for my brother and his wife and their almost-here baby (December 9th due date! I’m going to be an aunt!).

So I’m a wee bit sleepy.

I don’t like to repost previous blog posts too often because it seems lazy, but let’s be …


fear not

94270-90683I am angry about the state of our union. And I’m not alone. But anger isn’t the core problem.

In January, the Esquire/NBC News “American Rage Survey” reported that half of Americans are angrier than they were a year ago. In February, BBC.com reported that 69 percent of Americans are either “very angry” or “somewhat angry” about “the way things are going” in the United States. As I write this, the day after the Orlando nightclub shooting, I’m sure the numbers are even higher.

We are angry about climate change, about those who deny climate change exists, about those who insist it does. We’re angry that …

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