Diversity: The Fourth Layer of our Foundation

It takes all sorts. I love that phrase. “It takes all sorts.” Because while it’s a wonderful play of veiled snarkiness, it also contains a tacit (begrudgingly respectful?) recognition – no one can do it on their own, and you might just need the help of those you least expect. “It takes all sorts” sounds... Continue Reading →

Failures of Churches, C.S. Lewis-style

C.S. Lewis, famous for The Chronicles of Narnia and Mere Christianity, was a non-commissioned priest (NCP), a “lay person” untrained in theology and unpaid by a church, yet taking his personal ministry as a believer seriously. He became one of the most compelling defenders of Christianity of the past century. His book The Four Loves... Continue Reading →

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