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Williamsburg’s Resolution for a Truth and Reconciliation Committee

After nine months of meaningful conversations with city leaders, Laura Hill and I witnessed a beautiful and historic moment at Williamsburg’s City Council session on July 8. The Resolution for the creation of a first-ever Truth and Reconciliation Committee (read … Continue reading

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The Lord’s Table

At times I’ve been a Judas—I have betrayed. At times I’ve been a Peter—I have denied. At times I’ve been a Thomas—I have doubted. At times I’ve been a Simon—I have been overly zealous for ideological beliefs. At times I’ve … Continue reading

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A Slow Drip

The lens through which many Christians come to interpret the life of Jesus is formed more by American systems of thought than any other. It’s subtle and usually drenches us with a slow drip. We fall into the trap of … Continue reading

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Resilience

The wind blows in.The rain pours down.The tree bends back.Resilience. Windburned face.Tear-stained cheeks.Feet firmly planted.Resilience. Tired mind.Battered heart.Steady soul.Resilience. A breeze settles in.Sunlight breaks through.The tree stands tall.Resilience. Windburned face.Tear-stained cheeks.Feet moving forward.Resilience. ~ Written April 30, 2021 It’s Resilience … Continue reading

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Our Bibles

I’m one of those pastors who gets labelled a bunch of stuff, even by those I love. I’m told I’m too political, come off ‘edgy’ and ‘ social justice-y,’ etc. Whatever I may seem to be, I can tell you … Continue reading

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