By Pamela A. Lewis "It demands great spiritual resilience not to hate the hater whose foot is on your neck, and an even greater miracle of perception and charity not to teach your child to hate." — James Bald... Read More...
Is this not the acceptable time for TEC to form binding agreements with historically black denominations like the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the AME Zion, and the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church? If not now, when? If not Michael Curry, who?
Racial reconciliation can happen around the Communion table and in basement Bible studies, in youth-group devotions and Sunday afternoon potlucks.
Wilmer bound my emotional wounds. He broadened my understanding of his world.
The first step is to commit to long-term strategies, rather than have our actions dictated by the urgency of the moment. As Slavoj Žižek put it, it is time to think and not act.
The Episcopal Church has for too long had a culture of squeamishness about evangelistic mission.
A group of Dallas-based followers of Jesus, across denomination, race, and socioeconomic and linguistic barriers, started to come together about eight years back.