Murder is shocking for any reason, but when it's motivated by religion or race, it touches something deep inside us. The mass murder in the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh has dominated headlines, both because of the loss of
I was in a meeting with a mix of community leaders, teachers, and students and I participated in a conversation that was noteworthy. A 14-year old is wondering why peers can't resolve disagreements without violence. "They don't talk to each
Every time we see a natural disaster like Hurricane Michael, we feel the urgent tyranny of the immediate crisis. People are struggling to survive, and we all want to jump in. It's appropriate, but it's not enough. We are collecting
I don't usually re-blog, but this is just too good. It's a bit haunting, encouraging, probing. I hope it blesses you as it did me.
Phoenixes by Josh Code
In my mind, Jesus dies over and over.
His first death is recorded in scripture.
Imagine that you're going about your workday . . . mindful of all kinds of tasks that need to be completed. The errands that must be completed after work, the kids' games that are on the calendar tomorrow afternoon, the monthly