Never forget that we belong to one another. Always remember that our liberations are intertwined and none of us will get free while others are bound.
While 2016 has been hard, it has been a year I am grateful for because it stretched and pushed me. It’s reminded me that the disquiet I feel in my spirit can be harnessed to do good work that is responsive to the need I see in the world.
So thank you to the year that has encouraged me to unapologetically be myself and walk, speak, and act boldly in the places that I find myself rooted in.
To stand for justice one must pay attention to the world around them and identify injustices they encounter.
“Through acts of faith, they toppled kingdoms, made justice work, [and] took the promises for themselves.” Are you ready to act?
During this year’s Lenten journey, I’ve decided to think and write on ministry. It’s sort of an umbrella and I’m just writing as I feel things fall. I suppose God has been showing me the power of redemption for a while but it really hit me this morning that God has the ability to turn …