April 5, 2023

Ecological Stations of the Cross, #4. Luke 23:27-28. Weeping for our children and Creation in the age of eco-crucifixion. Read more

April 4, 2023

Simon of Cyrene carried Jesus’s cross. Today, communities of color bear of the brunt of environmental racism and eco-crucifixion. Read more

April 3, 2023

In this second installment of the Ecological Stations of the Cross, we connect Jesus's death on the cross to death due to deforestation. Read more

April 2, 2023

The Stations of the Cross take on new meaning when we consider the eco-crucifixion of our planet. Here is Station #1. Read more

April 1, 2023

Donald Trump has been indicted! It's time to celebrate with an Indictment Medley! Here are 3 songs -- "Start spreading the news!" Read more

March 27, 2023

A Palm Sunday sermon countering the violence of Christian Nationalism calls for trust in God and prophetic courage. Read more

March 26, 2023

Have you heard of the song “Dem Bones”?  Do you know who wrote that song? James Wheldon Johnson's story illuminates Ezekiel 37. Read more

March 20, 2023

Ezekiel’s sermon to the dry bones echoes across the millennia to our own time and our need for racial restoration and reparations. Read more

March 19, 2023

The Asbury Revival may be over, but a hike on the Asbury Trails left me yearning for a revival of a different kind. Read more

March 13, 2023

The story of Jesus and the man with blindness in John 9:1-41 can counter the disability discrimination of Christian Nationalism. Read more

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