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Author Greg DeLoach

Greg DeLoach is director of development for McAfee School of Theology and Penfield College of Mercer University. He is current serving as the interim dean at McAfee School of Theology.

Have you ever heard of a “selfie stick?” This past Christmas I was surprised with the gift of one, and a favorite one at that. For the uninformed, a “selfie” is a rather new word that refers to taking a self-portrait, usually with one’s phone. Some take pictures of themselves by standing in front of […] Read More

Perhaps the term “journey” is a bit overused nowadays, but I can find few better descriptions to speak of Lent, beyond the language of passage or sojourn. Each time I step behind the pulpit, I try to remember that I am inviting the congregation to join with me in a shared pilgrimage. Part of the […] Read More

A few nights ago, I was leaving the church rather late – about 8:30 p.m. or so. It had been a long day. I was tired and ready to get home to stare blankly at the television and think of nothing for a few minutes before heading to bed and starting all over again the […] Read More