Author Archives: Parson Carson

About Parson Carson

I am a husband, father, United Methodist pastor, Wolfpack fan, and outdoor enthusiast who loves meeting new people and hearing their stories... All while trying my best to love God and love others!

A Response to the General Conference Decisions (Love Without Limits)

We have a saying at FaithBridge that we often recite together before Holy Communion that goes like this, “Love that has limits is not love. We believe in love without limits.” By the recent General Conference decisions, the United Methodist Church has … Continue reading

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Hold Back The River (An Adoption Story)

Hold back the river, let me look in your eyes Hold back the river, so I Can stop for a minute and see where you hide Hold back the river, hold back One of the first things that Chloe and … Continue reading

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Love Without Limits

I once heard Deb Hirsch tell a story about ranching. She says that the typical American way of ranching is to get some cattle, build a fence, and get to work. The fence serves multiple purposes: 1) it keeps your … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Vulnerable

To my friends and family that find themselves in a place of vulnerability, It has been over a week since America voted to elect a new president. I have questioned a lot in the days that have followed, including the … Continue reading

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The [joy] of Constant Communion

“Do this in remembrance of me.” Luke 22:19 As it turns out, there are nearly 300 references to “bread” in the Bible. We know because we are working our way through all of them. One per week, in the order … Continue reading

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God Needed Another Angel in Heaven

At FaithBridge we are currently rolling through a sermon series called MythBusters, where we are looking at some common phrases to see if they hold up to the test of Biblical (and logical/historical) scrutiny.  This past Sunday, the myth was “God … Continue reading

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The Bread of Life

“I am the Bread of Life.” Jesus (John 6:35) In a recent hospital visit, one of the healthcare professionals asked me what I liked best about Holy Communion. I looked to the patient to make sure it was o.k. to … Continue reading

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