The Greatest of These

I am not a very good Christian any more. I used to think that under it all, I was doing the things right and that counted for something. That it counted for a lot. [Read more…]

Remember: A Lenten Call to Embodied Justice-Making

Three remembrances were stirred up for me this week and will trouble my feet as I travel this year’s Lenten road. [Read more…]

Why Doesn’t God Answer Life’s Big Questions?

So often, especially when we are distressed, we cry out to God, Why is this happening? [Read more…]

Showing Love

Christians talk a lot about standing up for our beliefs and doctrines. It seems we often feel this is the best way to show our devotion to God and to be a witness for Him. [Read more…]

Biorhythmic Resistance

I hear in these ancient words a call to embrace and embody life as gift, even during messy, difficult, and uncertain times.
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An Illusion of Freedom

You don’t have to be in a cult to experience legalism. There is plenty of it spread throughout mainstream Christianity. [Read more…]

Answered Prayer

Dr. William Barber, II, is a hero. He wrote an op-ed this week following the National Prayer Breakfast. I have continued to think about his essay and about the powerful words he quoted from Frederick Douglass … [Read more…]

Confessions of a Doubting Christian

Some days I find it really hard to believe in God. [Read more…]