Speaker: Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay
What is behind our tendency not to forgive? We’ve moved from shunning and exile, but how do we “cancel” now? And where does it leave us in terms of joy?
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What are our own personal challenges to forgiveness? What internal processes do we go through individually to arrive at the ability to forgive?
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I usually like to cite deeper sources than self-help, but there’s some quality self-help out there. So – this is not an endorsement of a book I haven’t read, but it is an endorsement of a quote I stumbled up on recently. “You can’t … read more.
Many years ago, an eminent colleague who used to do a lot of guest preaching told me that when she was booked way in advance and didn’t know what she would be preaching about when the time came, she always gave the congregation her … read more.
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Many years ago I was in the Negev desert in the Middle East. Serious desert. Biblical desert. In summer. Beautiful. Austere. Scorching. In fact, the word “Negev” means parched. That’s right – in a part … read more.
This Sunday’s service explored the impact on all of us – and on our church – of changing values around sexual ethics, truth, what we owe ourselves, and what we owe each other. We considered hard experiences and concerns held by members of our congregation … read more.
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My friend, the Rev. Howard Jenkins of Bethel AME church over on Rochambeau, said to me recently, “Knowing ourselves and each other means knowing our history.” He is so … read more.