I love how after forty years of being in the Church, the Scriptures can still take me by surprise sometimes. I was excited this week to see that the Gospel for today included Jesus' beautiful words offering rest and comfort for weary people: "Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy … Continue reading Work. And Rest.
We've been hearing a lot lately in the news and public discourse about bodies, specifically about black bodies, brown bodies, and white bodies. The news has been difficult to watch. What the news reveals about our society and its values has perhaps been even more difficult for many of us to ingest. In recent years … Continue reading In Our Bodies
Big problems in society, in the Church, or in our selves, often feel intractable. The same problems recur again and again, followed by the same arguments, the same promises to do better, and on and on it goes. It's easy to feel hopeless and despair of finding a way forward. One truth that has never … Continue reading Start Here Now
One day, a young man came up to Jesus and struck up a conversation about what it is that God wants from us. They agreed that it can be summarized as "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength, and with all … Continue reading Who is my Neighbour?
Like many people, I have been challenged by the past six years since the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown catapulted questions of anti-Black racism back into the public spotlight. These years and the messy discussions they have involved have been a constant hard lesson in understanding the problem of race and how race … Continue reading My White Shadow