Posts Tagged ‘counseling’

To the ONE who created some semblance of order out of chaos:

Amidst the agony and the ecstatsy

in the beginning, middle and aftermath of the uproar and exploded parts of our lives

When we say “pardon my French,” often because we just don’t speak the same lanuage

when life is mostly intrigue and buildup

make us – make us pause for a break




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Ann Landers

Welcome to Ask A Liberal Preacher! 

Ann Landers,  pictured above, was a pen name created by Chicago Sun-Times advice columnist Ruth Crowley in 1943 and taken over by Eppie Friedman in 1955.  For 56 years, the Ask Ann Landers  syndicated advice column was a regular feature in many newspapers across North America. Due to this popularity, ‘Ann Landers’, though fictional, became something of a national institution and cultural icon.

Well, we’ll see what happens with Ask A Liberal Preacher, but here’s your chance to ask away.  Ask about anything and everything: religion, current events, sex, relationships, sexual orientation, gender identity, church history, science and religion, poitics – anything and everything.  Need relationship advice? Need parenting help? Have a problem that just won’t go away? Have a “beef with God”? Have a question about a Biblical text? Do you have a situation at work that is troubling? Wonder why you turned out like your parents in some respects even though you swore you wouldn’t be like them? Having difficulty forgiving yourself or another person?

Send your questions to:


Submit first name and location or feel free to use complete anonymity.

Like Ann, I will not able to respond to all questions, but I’ll try to tackle a question Monday – Friday.

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