We Refuse to be Enemies: The Next Dr. King or Gandhi lives in Palestine

Over the past couple of months I’ve occasionally posted my reflections from an experience I had with The Global Immersion Project. If you want to read other reflections, check out: “A Land Without a People for a People without a Land?” or “The Art of Resistance: Bansky, Memory, & Hope.” I should simply add that [Read More...]

The Only Time Torture was Ever “Good” – water baptisms and state-sanctioned brutality

Sarah Palin’s recent comments comparing waterboarding to the baptism of terrorists is creating quite a bit of online chatter. I, for one, would be offended – that is if I actually cared about her opinion. Most people (I hope!) don’t take her seriously as a spokesperson for Jesus or Christianity. So, she continues to dig [Read More...]

The Art of Resistance: Banksy, Remembering, & Hope Beyond Occupation #IsraelPalestine

In what follows I offer another reflection based on my time in Israel/Palestine with The Global Immersion Project. What a life-changing time and a life-changing organization to be connected to. I can’t recommend them enough! The old saying goes that “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Art does something to free the imagination to [Read More...]

Cultivate Seattle: a one-day conference on peacemaking & mission (discount!)

Having just returned from a peacemaking trip to Israel/Palestine, under the leadership of the Global Immersion Project, I’m thrilled to have them in my city! I’m hoping you will come hang out with us on April 24th (as a pre-seminar for the Inhabit Conference). Peacemaking has been disintegrated from the Church’s understanding of God, His [Read More...]


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