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Participation, Not Affiliation

Watching and listening to what is happening in the USA concerning Christianity, I am reminded that if it doesn’t walk like Jesus, talk like Jesus, or act like Jesus, it’s not Jesus. As Christian Nationalism gains significant traction, including White … Continue reading

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Remembering

Today I remember the Tree of Life synagogue and the devastating outcome unnamed racist and ethno-cultural superiority like antisemitism can create. In a society where people are weary of hearing about it, there are neighbors who are weary of living … Continue reading

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Labor Day

Labor Day: the outcome of an organized labor movement determined to disrupt what they believed to be an unjust and exploitive economic system. It was a social justice movement. Labor Day began out of a protest, resulting in more protests … Continue reading

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A word about grace

I offered a word on grace to the WCC family today. We spent a lot of time thinking about what it means to be rescued and liberated by grace. But after reading Paul’s words in Ephesians 2:1-4 (through verse 10), … Continue reading

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About Hope

I’ve come to believe that hope is first a kind of disposition. It’s an openness and anticipation to search for meaning in what is because of what the Christian tradition believe is to come. In that way hope becomes a … Continue reading

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