Monthly Archives: June 2011

Questions about alcohol

A local newspaper recently asked me some questions about shifting attitudes and practices regarding the sale of alcohol in E Texas. Here’s what I had to say (you may notice I’m not good at generating sound bites). Once upon a … Continue reading

Posted in Current events, Ethics | 3 Comments

Real estate & the economy

Feel free to take the comments below with a grain of salt. I am not in the real estate business. I have never owned real estate. I have never studied real estate, and have had only one course in economics. … Continue reading

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“Liberal” & “Conservative”

Our special speaker at Annual Conference this year was Adam Hamilton, pastor of Church of the Resurrection in Overland Park, Kansas. In more than three hours of teaching he shared leadership strategies and tactics that have helped him grow his … Continue reading

Posted in Texas Annual Conference, Theology, United Methodism | 2 Comments