On Second Thought

One of the things I usually do in premarital counseling for couples is to give each person a personality inventory to complete, that is based on the classic Myers-Briggs system. If you’re not familiar with it, the Myers-Briggs inventory operates on the theory that there are four basic spectrums in everyone’s personality, and it examines […]

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God Goes to Family Court

As I was reading Isaiah’s prophetic critique of the ways of the kingdom of Judah this week I thought of…Homer Simpson, the buffoonish father at the center of the longest-running animated TV series in history, The Simpsons. In one episode, Homer (the buffoonish father of the family) discovers that he’s finally made enough money to […]

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Render No One Evil for Evil

By Rev. Dr. Sally Brown I’m glad to be here worshipping with you week to week these days, and so glad to be able to help out JC and be here in the pulpit today.  We’ve traded places; I’m usually in Princeton all week, and that is where JC is right now with the “Log […]

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Celebrating Greg Funfgeld

July 31, 2016 “Celebrating Greg Funfgeld” Full program celebrating the 40 years of ministry and exceptional music our beloved music director provided First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem. Among the organizers and participants were Rev. Keith Brown, Rev. Dr. Sally Brown, Thomas Goeman, past and present choir members, Joanne Kelhart, Kurt Anchorstar, soloist Dan Swank, and […]

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