We believe in the communion of saints

Molly T. Marshall

Recalling those who have gone ahead of us like navigators, to lead the way.

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Seeking the welfare of the city

Molly T. Marshall

The bunkered church does not thrive in urban centers.

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The mystery of ordination

Molly T. Marshall

The sacrament of blessing entailed in being “set apart” transforms identity within the Body of Christ.

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Fearing the ‘other’

Molly T. Marshall

Perfect love casts out fear, if we have the courage to forgive rather than retaliate.

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New wine for the Baptists

Molly T. Marshall

Our challenge is discerning how God is transforming the old and the new together.

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Learning from Mary

Molly T. Marshall

Too often our theology nearly eclipses this courageous mother of Jesus.

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A Buddhist, a Jew and a Christian walk into a room …

Molly T. Marshall

… and the outcomes may be promising.

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Sighing with the Spirit

Molly T. Marshall

Prayer is not always about stringing words together.

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The dead-end of revenge

Molly T. Marshall

The “fall to violence” could be the original sin.

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Treasuring and transcending culture

Molly T. Marshall

The imbedded values of those whom Euro-Americans presumed to instruct may have more to teach us than we surmise.

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Come, Holy Spirit

Molly T. Marshall

The Spirit is always transgressing the boundaries we impose to try to secure our sense of identity.

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Is feminist a Baptist word?

Molly T. Marshall

Baptist identity over the past several decades cannot be understood without paying attention to the rise of women in leadership and ministry.

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Deepening prayer

Molly T. Marshall

There is always a sense of ambiguity about prayer, for we never master the practice. 

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Deepening the Spirit

Molly T. Marshall

Spiritual practices hold the key to the quest for encounter with the living God.

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Killing Jews

Molly T. Marshall

It’s a story both ancient and contemporary, and the horrific atrocities never are put to rest.

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