It’s easy for me to forget – as the pastor – that I am also a worshipper.
I love the suggestion that hope springs eternal even when the odds and circumstances suggest otherwise.
So we went – and we listened – and we watched. And then we went home. I thought that was it. Boy, was I wrong.
What if we had the courage to stand up to hate? What if we said, “No!” to the false narrative that says this is normal? What if we could learn to choose love?
Even in the labyrinth where we can’t take a wrong turn, we can still take a wrong step. It doesn’t take us off the path but we might miss the fullness of what God hopes for us.
“Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” – John 8:32 (CEB) In my last post, I mentioned being at a pastor’s retreat and sharing […]
The accordions are back for World Communion Sunday!
The voice of this woman challenges societal boundaries and expectations even today.
It was the communion of the saints even though the words of institution were not spoken.
The freedom we have as people of God is to not live in fear. Like Job, we have the freedom to rail against God for the things that are not our fault and we don’t understand. And in this freedom, somehow, we are able to find peace in our not knowing.