By Evan Koons
As heated talks on immigration flare up and the horrible injustice of the refugee crisis rages in the Middle East, let us renew our minds once more. Let us remember what it means to pursue justice and harmony. Let us truly participate in God’s shalom for the world. These movements of peace require our presence.
They require our love, vulnerability, and fearlessness. They require grace and sacrifice. They require hospitality.
Remember, Christ was a stranger, too. What’s more, while we were exiled and strangers to God, Christ gave himself for us.
To see what I mean, check out the Bishop’s Candlesticks from Episode 4: The Economy of Order.
Originally published at the FLOW blog