Easter Means Jesus Is Coming to Your House

This morning, while it was still dark, we gathered in the garden at Rutba House to remember the story of that first Easter when the women discovered that Jesus wasn’t in the tomb. “Jesus is risen,” the girls shouted, each in their turn, running across the garden to our little circle. With his new Union [Read More…]

Hope for the Future in Our Radical Past

While the headline news this weekend was all about the current presidential election and the upcoming debates, Leah and I spent the weekend down in Southwest Georgia, celebrating Clarence Jordan–someone who didn’t make the news very much during his own lifetime, but whose contribution was considerably more important than most people recognize.   At least, [Read More…]