December 23, 2014
by Dr. R. Scott
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Christmas. Adam.

A memory. When my kids were small, we used to celebrate “Christmas Adam.” My daughter Katie coined the phrase. She loved to celebrate Christmas Adam. Two days before Christmas. When we were in Indianapolis, we would get food from our … Continue reading

December 21, 2014
by Dr. R. Scott
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All. Lives. Matters.

Last Sunday at First Congregational Church, nearly 30 people gathered in our beautiful chapel to talk about “Race, Faith and America.” The discussion was so good. So helpful. There was talking. There was listening. I left that conversation feeling so … Continue reading

December 15, 2014
by Dr. R. Scott
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Christmas. Opening.

Between now and Christmas it will happen. An opening of the heart. It’s almost impossible to predict when or how it will happen. Perhaps a Christmas song playing on the radio. “White Christmas.” “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer.” … Continue reading

December 12, 2014
by Dr. R. Scott
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Simple. Suggestion.

A simple suggestion. In the midst of Christmas trees and shopping sprees. Family dinners and holiday parties. Amazon deliveries and trips to the mall. Visits with Santa Claus and personalized Christmas cards. Packed cars and full refrigerators. Christmas music and … Continue reading

December 3, 2014
by Dr. R. Scott
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“I. Can’t. Breathe.”

“I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.” And so Eric Garner cried out this … Continue reading