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Marriage as #1 Driver of Social Justice

A foundational value in our nation is the opportunity for all its citizens to be able to compete for a fair and meaningful shot at the American dream. This begins with access to citizenship, educational opportunity, and securing meaningful work … Continue reading

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First Reflections on Today’s SCOTUS Marriage Decision

It’s been a VERY long day, but wanted to post some quick personal reflections on today’s monumental Supreme Court decision. I will do so under a few quick headings. Does This Settle the Marriage Issue? Today’s ruling settles and puts … Continue reading

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The Gay Wedding – To Go or Not?

The following is an excerpt from my new book – Loving My (LGBT) Neighbor: Being Friends in Grace and Truth – which provides practical advice, forged from real life, in building genuine friendships with our LGBT family member, neighbors, co-workers … Continue reading

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Pot Improves Your Marriage

Ok, here’s a fun one. A new study from the University of Buffalo School of Public Health tells us that the more a couple smokes pot together the less likely ¬†they are to be violent with each other. So, let’s … Continue reading

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