Monthly Archives: June 2016

Whipsawed

When I began blogging several years ago, I wanted a name for the blog that reflected a bit about me. So, since I spend a lot of time working in Presbyterian circles, where we (try) to do things “decently and … Continue reading

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A changing of the (old) guard?, 1st add

Following up from my post of Monday, I want to add a couple of brief caveats: I am in no way suggesting we have reached some sort of goal. I’m saying that I observe that the shift is happening, indeed … Continue reading

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A changing of the (old) guard?

Here I am, sitting in the Communications Center of the 222nd General Assembly (2016) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), waiting for some stories to come so I can butcher them, I mean edit them. But we’re in a lull and … Continue reading

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