Happy All Hallows Eve and Happy Reformation Day. It was 500 years ago today (October 31, 1517) that Martin Luther, an Augustinian monk and a professor of Scripture at the University of Wittenberg in eastern Germany, nailed his Ninety-five Theses … Continue reading October 31, 2017Continue reading →
Below are excerpts from an interview I shared about my recent trip to Israel and Palestine. My travels opened me to understanding my ministry better – a justice oriented ministry of solidarity, bridge building, and restoration, a ministry that stands … Continue reading October 26, 2017Continue reading →
As followers of Jesus, we owe certain allegiances to God and to country. Discerning what we owe to whom is the tricky part.
All are invited to sit at the banquet table of God but respect for the Host, the meal and our fellow guests is required.
We are all called to walk in the way of the Resurrection. A sense of privilege can be like a pile of rubbish blocking that way.