I am really enjoying writing for the Oregonian website OregonLive. It’s giving me a space to think and wrestle with issues that are not the main topic around here. I just posted my 7th post over there, the 6th in a series. This series, I’m calling it my Apology Series, is addressing ways that the […]
I’m sorry for not really being pro-life.
Here’s the next installment of my series over at the Oregonian/OregonLive site. Here at www.MarcAlanSchelske.com, I write about spiritual growth from the perspective of a follower of Jesus for folks already committed to personal growth. At OregonLive I write to people in the wider community, addressing how my faith perspective intersects questions and issues that are very […]
I’m Sorry for Not Caring for the Environment.
Now that the holidays are past, I’m continuing my series over at the Oregonian. A quick update for new readers. Here at this blog, I write about spiritual growth from the perspective of a follower of Jesus. The audience here is primarily people who already follow Jesus, and are already committed to personal growth. The […]
I’m Sorry: The Dysfunctional Marriage of Church & State
I’m continuing my series over at the Oregonian. Apologies for ways the church has stepped away from the way of Jesus. I’m hoping to be one of many who are working to build a new kind of church in America. Here’s a teaser of this post. One familiar scene in Jesus’ life is essentially a […]
A Pastor’s Apology
As I mentioned, I’ve been invited to write at OregonLive, the online outlet for the Oregonian. My writing over there is meant for the Posts-, Nones, and SBNRs out there[note “That means Post-Christian, or folks who select ‘None’ on surveys asking for their religious affiliation, or who think of themselves as Spiritual-But-Not-Religious.”] I’d love to […]
The person who knows your spiritual state best is your neighbor.
I am very excited to let you know that I’ve been invited to write at the OregonLive website. OregonLive is the online publication of the premier Oregon newspaper, The Oregonian. I’ve been invited to contribute as a community spiritual leader. That’s an intimidating invitation. I’m anxious and excited to take up the challenge. I’ll be […]