Recently I had to make a couple of phone calls of the kind that I dread the most: to a huge company with endless voice recognition phone trees and long waits to talk to a real person, and enough money to buy as many lawyers as it takes to grind little people like me into [...]
By Karen Deal Robinson
I’ve spent most of my life trying to figure out what my theology was, what I believed. But now, after mulling it over for about fifty years, I’ve come to the realization that for me, what I imagine is more important.
As a child I was taken to two Sunday schools, [...]