A Proposal for a New Way of Worship

By Tyler Hendricks Sociological research finds that healthy marriage and family life is the key to personal happiness and societal peace and progress. Natural families — lifelong, married, two-parent (man-woman) households — produce individuals who are significantly happier, healthier and more successful than those created out of any other family structure. Historical research finds that… Continue Reading →

Chaplaincy: A Gift from Heaven

By Barbara Robertson and Kathy Winings Since March 2020, so many in our communities and families have come face-to-face with tragedy, death or a personal crisis of some type. Whether the crisis was due to the loss of a loved one from COVID-19, personal illness, loss of a job, hunger for human contact, or any… Continue Reading →

Oscar-Winning Films that Address Racism

By Kathy Winings Three very different films released in 2018 address racism from unique perspectives. Two are based on real events and the third is an adaptation of a James Baldwin novel. Each film also won at least one Oscar at February’s Academy Awards. Set in the early 1970s, “If Beale Street Could Talk” is… Continue Reading →

The Challenges in Addressing White Normativity

By Kathy Winings One of the greatest challenges facing the global community is humanity’s inability to live in authentic relationships with those considered to be “other,” to create what Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., called the “beloved community.” Such a community, though it has seemed like an unattainable dream, is where all are equal… Continue Reading →

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