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Author Archives: Carlene Hill Byron
God teaches in mysterious ways. Sometimes, the lesson comes in a still small voice. Today, it came in the roar of six fighter jets flying over my home town during the Great Maine Air Show. The US Navy’s Blue … Continue reading
Speak? No, don’t speak. Seriously. Don’t speak. Here’s what I learned about open communications over 40 years of adult living: First I was a newspaper reporter during the time when reporters were expected to maintain “objectivity” about the news. Don’t … Continue reading
If family history research teaches anything, it is that none of us is without some fundamental sinfulness that tarnishes our family line across many generations. So while I can join those who are reeling in horror at the weekend’s events … Continue reading
This book makes the case that the US church has a great deal to learn from Latin-American immigrant congregations. No argument there. It points out the passion and enthusiasm of Hispanic Christians, notes their frequent transition from traditional Catholic roots … Continue reading