Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Recommended Reading 1-30-15 edition

Each week (more or less) I send out an e-mail to my congregation with my thoughts including stuff I've read over the past week that I want to pass along.  I haven't put my lists up on the blog in a good while so here are some that go back a ways, but if you missed them, they are still worth reading, clicking on, listening to or watching.

Recommended Reading from 1-30-15:

In case you missed it, here's the article in The Kansas City Star where I and four other Kansas Citians are interviewed about our thoughts on race after Ferguson.  The web version of the article has video of each of us containing material not present in the print version.

CCCUCC is  featured prominently in this week's issue of Ink Magazine in an article about weddings.  It includes a wedding this summer that I officiated at our church.  If you click on the pictures you will some good ones of our church.  Our wedding coordinator, Rick Truman, deserves credit for all his work at the weddings that take place at our church.

CCCUCC's Seminarian Bethany Meier has written two blog posts on the web site of her seminary, Central Baptist Theological Seminary, about developing her skill as a preacher.  In them, she writes about her experience preaching at our church.  Here's the first one and here's the second one.  You can also listen on-line to the sermon she gave this past Sunday on the church web site.

Recommended Reading

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