LCRL Bulletin Blurbs – November, 2020 

The dates identifying the LCRL Bulleting Blurbs are only suggestions. Please feel free to use any and all of the Bulletin Blurbs as your ministry needs allow.

November 1

Not everything is political and that’s good news. If you think things must change here in Washington D.C., I agree with you. But that doesn’t change the fact that the most influential place where one can serve is with one’s family, one’s community, with one’s neighbors and friends. For more information see

November 8

An LCRL rule of thumb for public engagement then, especially when it is controversial, is that our attitude should be one of “vocational respect that seeks justice.” This means seeking to honor those in authority as a rule, and, when necessary, also correcting their leadership if we must, but in a spirit of order and peace. For more information see

November 15

The key to any discussion about policy or public solutions for a sinful, broken world like ours is always a “compared to what,” discussion. In a world that cannot fix itself, the solutions will always bring tradeoffs. But just because we can’t create perfect solutions, that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t want the “better” solutions in our communities and neighborhoods.  For more information see

November 22

As we pause for a national day of Thanksgiving, let us pray for our country, our community, our congregation, our neighborhood, and our family. See

November 29

In order to accommodate busy schedules, Dr. Seltz offers his Mom and Pop papers as well as the Liberty Alerts in an MP3 audio format. You have permission to download the files to the device of your choice and listen to them at your convenience. For more information see