The pathway to justice in America begins with a cleanse of toxic, oppressive values. God sees and loves us all as equals. It’s time that we do the same.
I am a glass half full kind of leader.
To view the world through the lens of race is costly.
At times we are asked to endure suffering for our own upbuilding.
Long before I knew that was a word or what it meant, it was, and remains for me, the hardest issue to resolve in my faith.
A few months ago I sat in the sanctuary of the 16th St. Baptist church in Birmingham, AL. I listened to one of the deacons in the church tell the story of the bombing there in 1963 that killed four young girls who were attending Sunday School.
What have you found that feeds your soul in this season of pandemic?
She wrote the ‘Revelations of Divine Love’ several centuries ago. How are you connecting with the sacred as you shelter in place?
Easter is coming and it still brings just as much hope to the world as it ever has.
Embrace those special partnerships in your life that extend love, concern and care.