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Of all the questions I’m asked, I have found this one to be the most difficult to answer: “Are you a Christian?” Now, it’s a difficult question to answer because for the vast majority of individuals who present such a question, I know in my heart of hearts that what they are asking behind the words...
In what must have been circa 1971, Mrs. Cavinee invited me and my classmates to her farm for a day.  Mrs. Cavinee was our Kindergarten teacher in Kansas.  And while I remember absolutely nothing of her farm, what I do remember was just how stunned I was, to realize for the first time that Mrs....
See if you can relate to this. When I was growing up, a “tool” was a thing you used to work in your garden; or to work on your car. But no more. Today, a “tool” is more often the ex who worked in your garden; or the ex who worked on your car. And when I was growing up, a “hookup” was something that...
Dear One, There's a popular paradigm in which this grand, earthly adventure is perceived as a practice round, a qualifying heat - if you will - for something of a "real" experience which is to follow after human death. Unity doesn't support such a paradigm.  I certainly don't support such a...
There’s something of a boldness demonstrated in the healing ministry of Jesus which we have lost (or which we have abandoned - I’m not sure which). After all, while Jesus was frequently recorded praying before a healing, he was never recorded praying for a healing. To the point: Rather than the...

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