Books of the Bible: Colossians

Books of the Bible: Colossians

Still Life Goes On

Kaji Douša

In all that we do, we hold a basket of fruit into which we and the others around us make an offering.  

 


Sing

Quinn G. Caldwell

Humans are the only singing species with a precise and shared sense of rhythm, which is what allows us to sing together.  Two birds might sing the same song, but they cannot sing it together.


What Are You Teaching Today?

Kenneth L. Samuel

What life lessons will we teach others through our attitudes and actions today?


First to Return

Tony Robinson

Because Jesus has made it home, because he is the first to return from the dead, you and I can come out of hiding, running toward home, laughter in our mouths, hearts on fire.


The Better Angels of our Nature

Richard L. Floyd

The truth is, after Election Day we will have new leaders, but many of the same old problems of race and class and injustice will remain.


Subject

Emily C. Heath

Paul really gets it wrong sometimes. And this is one of those times.


The Still Speaking God Can Still Say "No!"

Chris Davies

The concept of a monogamous white able-bodied man-and-wife family with money, with land, with respectability politics--sets up a twisted hierarchy of difference where those with less-than or those who are different-from are turned into Bad Examples.


Still Life Goes On

Kaji Douša

God, help us to bear good fruit.


Redeem

Quinn G. Caldwell

When was the last time you heard the word "redeem" outside of church?


An Office Blessing

When was the last time you blessed your office?