My Response To The Question of My Political Beliefs

I’ve been asked more in the last few days than ever before in my life what my political beliefs are.  Here’s my response:

The push of the political world has created a dismissive attitude as if there are individuals who do not matter, believing it’s right to do wrong by explaining—“It’s for the greater good.”


Christ respectfully gives THE INVITATION of life through love with amazing grace to the individual, holding the door open for each one, regardless of the who, what, when, and where in his or her story—because Christ is the greater good.

This is the message in my life that matters as a human-being–Kerrie

At the end of the day . . . coming together as a community of love and grace . . . brings meaning to the message.

RDC Sunday morning–worship and fun –Pastor Joshua Lindley–Worship/Band, Phil Rodin–Church Life/Facts Guy and myself–I love our conversation time during the service.
Celebrating the first birthday of THE RED DOOR COMMUNITY CHURCH –Lori Cutrell, Key RDC Leader
Gregg and I outside of the historical building where we hold RDC service with our 2 life-long friends–Jan and Brad Mikkelson, RDC Key Team Leaders

rdc-9-11-16-1st-birthday-after-service-1Photos by Shelly Mackerell Photography © 2016 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

(Written by Kerrie Carlisle Palmer © 2016 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED) 

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