Category Archives: Theology of Staying

Sometimes Being a Christian Sucks

In the RCIA I have continually taught, with great conviction, that being a real Christian is not easy.  It requires agape love. That is, Christian love is self sacrificing love. To agape love is to always wish the well being … Continue reading

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Do As I say. Not as I have Done

Our daughter, who lives in Ireland with her family, called me yesterday. The economy is very bad in Ireland.  She is a stay at home Mom, and her husband has his own business (electrical and mechanical engineering design). He went … Continue reading

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Cast Down Your Bucket: A Theology of Staying

Booker T Washington was a former slave who rose to prominence after the Civil War. In 1895 he gave a speech known as the “Atlanta Compromise Speech”. It is considered one of the most important speeches in American history. The … Continue reading

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