New today: The future is Filipino, long healing, three lessons for mainline pastors from Mark Driscoll’s resignation
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The future is Filipino, by Philip Jenkins. In January, Pope Francis will visit the Philippines. By 2050, there could be 100 million Catholics there.
Some things take a long time to heal, by Beth Merrill Neel. We were talking about health and mental health the other day in staff meeting, and I asked why mental health issues couldn’t just be called health issues.
Three lessons mainline pastors can take from Mark Driscoll’s resignation, by L. Roger Owens. We feel so distant from Driscoll that we can almost watch with bemused smiles. And that might keep us for seeing this situation the way we should: as a cautionary tale.
"Adapting in Ethiopia," a poem by Mary M. Brown.
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