Monthly Archives: July 2013

After the Day After

After leading worship, I, like many others, reflect on what I might have done differently. Actually, such insights often come while I am still in the middle of a service. Usually, there is nothing to do but file the learning … Continue reading

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The Day after the Zimmerman Verdict

To meet newsletter deadlines, I typically choose sermon topics & titles 4-6 weeks in advance. When I looked ahead to July 14, I knew we would be nearing a verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman, accused of murdering Trayvon … Continue reading

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Op-Ed on DOMA Defeat

My Word: Defeat of DOMA a leap forward By Kathy Schmitz (Orlando Sentinel Op-Ed Page) July 2, 2013 As a pastor who has had the honor and privilege of officiating at a number of same-sex marriage ceremonies, I am delighted … Continue reading

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