Day one of the 80th General Convention of the Episcopal Church, as might be expected, focused on setting the stage for the upcoming hard work and ironing out procedural and technological glitches. At the same time, the 799 deputies gathered from 107 Episcopal dioceses also made strides in building the Beloved Community and living into…
Don’t Panic: Embrace the Intrinsic
Sometimes, when I read the Gospel for the week, I am immediately struck by a particular idea or line and I feel like the Holy Spirit is moving and I know what I should say. Today is not that kind of Sunday. When I read the Gospel today, I was reminded of sci fi author…
Justice: 10 Words…Then Work
I lay down my life because He laid down his.
Loving God Close Up
When we are intimate with God, we become the best version of our best selves. When we take that faith into the world we help each other remember who we are and to live into that.
Racial Reconciliation Set as a Priority for Episcopalians
Although the passing of D002 on racial reconciliation is a move in a strong direction, the victory is not without a tinge of regret.
Understanding: Getting Beyond Tolerance
It’s time to stop choosing fear over love. It’s time to stop thinking about how we are different instead of how we are alike.