Unglued Church

february 9, 2018

What the Church Can Learn from a Trip to the Mall

So, I was scheduled to do a presentation at a large, out-of-town conference and I was a little nervous. The day before I left, I realized a new pair of gray wool slacks would greatly boost my confidence.

by Susan Rothenberg

December 7, 2017

There’s something about Mary

Like most good Presbyterians, I had a weird relationship with Mary as I was growing up. 

by Susan Rothenberg

November 7, 2017

Can We Talk About Sexism?

In #metoo conversations, the church can do better

by Susan Rothenberg

october 2, 2017

Good Trouble

Can we see our overwhelming challenges in the church as blessings?

by Susan Rothenberg

August 31, 2017

The Whole World is Watching

Where should Christians stand in the face of evil?

by Susan Rothenberg

June 22, 2017

Whose Fault Is It?

Blame has no place in the Kingdom of God

By Susan Rothenberg 

June 5, 2017

Building new ramps

Can we connect people who love God but not church?

 By Susan Rothenberg

March 31, 2017

Resurrection or resuscitation?

Without change, there is no resurrection.

By Susan Rothenberg

February 20, 2017

Mind the Gap

Closing the space between our values and actions

 By Susan Rothenberg

February 6, 2017

The Power of Questions

Leaders don’t have to have all the answers

By Susan Rothenberg

October 17, 2016

At the end of the rope

Caring for God’s legacy

 By Susan Rothenberg

October 3, 2016

A Garden You Never Get to See

Planting seeds for the future

By Susan Rothenberg

June 20,2016

WWPS: What would Paul say?

Breaking our clay jars to discover the treasure

By Susan Rothenberg

June 16, 2016

Becoming Billy Beane

Getting unglued from old habits

By Susan Rothenberg