Changes in the Church

Changes seen in Sunday observance

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This past spring, my husband and I returned to the church I grew up in. This has given me opportunity to reflect on the changes I have seen since childhood. There are three main changes in the denomination we are a part of. Continue reading “Changes in the Church”

LGBTQ Numbers Up

Why more people are identifying themselves as LGBTQ

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According to 2018 Gallup poll estimates, a record number of US adults, 4.5% or 11 million people, are identifying as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual or transsexual. This is up from 4.1% in 2016 and 3.5% in 2012. Continue reading “LGBTQ Numbers Up”

Friends Who Struggle

What I learned from a friend struggling with her identity

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I became friends with someone who struggled with lesbianism. She along with her husband came to a book study my husband and I led. It was through this study we became friends. We also went to the same church. Continue reading “Friends Who Struggle”

Griping about the President

Bad mouthing a president does not honor the position he holds

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E. Jean Carrole’s allegations against President Trump this morning come shortly after Donald Trump’s announcement for presidency in 2020. Remember Brett Kavanaugh? Need I say more? Continue reading “Griping about the President”