Tag Archives: Methodist

NO REGRETS 1/2

I sat across the table from Leroy and Kathy Dusek eating my salad. Leroy, a former pastor educated in both Pentecostal and Baptist Colleges had harsh words for the church. “There is something wrong with the way the institutional church … Continue reading

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God Will Make A Way

Writing about missionaries requires a delicate balance. Those serving in areas hostile to Christianity are subject to persecution, expulsion from the nation and even death if their activities are recorded in a worldwide public forum as the internet. One missionary … Continue reading

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First Foray

Pamela Binnings Ewen, founder of the Northshore Literary Society had invited me to be a panel member at the “From a Great Idea to a Book” workshop sponsored by the Jane Austen Festival. The workshop was a paid event held … Continue reading

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All I Had Was A Song

Sonya McLean asked me to write about Charity Hubbard, one of her speakers at the Women’s Unlimited annual conference.  Anyone familiar with the Brownsville Revival knows Charity Hubbard as Charity James. The teenage girl who sang “Mercy Seat” during the … Continue reading

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This Force of Love 1/2

PART 1: Spiritual Aspects A friend asked me if I would be interested in writing about The Coffee Shop Chronicles of New Orleans. “The blog has a theme and the author would have to talk about his faith, beliefs and … Continue reading

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