When we dehumanize others, we place ourselves right smack in the middle of proclaiming our own dehumanization; the qualities we use to dehumanize others, are the same qualities that prove our own dehumanization. Read more

While trying to answer those question, here’s a list of things, I believe, we should give-up for Lent: Read more

This is a quote we all need to live by. Read more

Please read the entire article before commenting – it might be an emotional read, you might be suprised. Read more

Whenever I’m asked those How questions I usually answer with my Why questions,… Read more

Loving others, caring for other, being a voice for the marginalized, is never political. To make any of them a political issue is to discount the value of human life, in favor of a self-centered nature. Read more

Was John the Baptist resisting authority when he publicly scolded King Herod for his infidelity? Was Peter, and the other Apostles, resisting authority when they refused to stop preaching? Read more

Churches spend a great deal of time claiming they’re not a business, but still striving to operate just like a business; to be honest with you, it’s so very confusing. Read more

Asking the question, “How would Jesus deal with terrorism [or a terrorist]?” is asking the wrong question. Why? Because the question is a reactionary question, ignoring what caused the terrorism, or the terrorist, in the first place. Read more

In our culture, Lent is seen as a way of give-up bad eating habits, but in reality, it’s so much more. Lent is a point of resistance, a pivot point where we see the lives of others as having value over ours; it is going against the flow. It’s a way to develop purpose; for preparing the Followers of Christ through prayer, paying back the community, repentance of wrongs, giving, reconciling with the Divine, and self-denial. While many Comminutes of… Read more

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