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Little changes until we stop telling the story of our innocence and their guilt.
The disgust we feel when confronted by a believer's claim to know the mind of God is a holy gift.
Emily C. Heath
When I was a hospice chaplain I saw a lot of people die with regrets.
Sometimes, in our desire for a sound bite or a slogan, we sacrifice meaning, nuance and depth.
Kenneth L. Samuel
The journey of self-discovery is the most amazing journey of all, because worlds outside of us have little meaning unless they touch and inspire the worlds inside of us.
Ray's home is a 6-foot by 9-foot cell on Florida's Death Row. It was from this tiny room that he joined our community three decades ago.
If mixing geo-political questions with religion is not your morning cup of devotional tea, stop now and read your Bible instead, where you will find more geo-political issues blended with religion. Anyway…
I have been thinking about spending the spring working through some of the nature texts in the Bible for a sermon series. When I started my search I realized that very few were NOT about nature.
Equating God with an appreciation for nature risks suggesting that those who cannot afford leafy tree-lined streets don’t have equal access to the divine. Less than two miles from my house there are kids running down the street in order to dodge bullets, not peep leaves.
A sacrament is: an outward and visible sign of an inner and invisible event. Sometimes, our bodies do things we wish our spirits could do.