Last October, I traveled to Israel/Palestine as part of a delegation whose goal was to unite resistance movements challenging the multitude of walls and barriers separating people, groups, cultures and races. I went as a representative of Interfaith Movement for … Continue reading September 27, 2018Continue reading →
Just before noon on Thursday, September 13, City Council Member Abel Guillen’s office called asking if I would be able to serve as the moderator at a meeting that evening between the Council Members, Oakland Human Services Director Sarah Bedford, … Continue reading September 27, 2018Continue reading →
Males need to reconsider and relearn how we express our power, especially in relationship to women and children.
Ruth was an immigrant. Her experience still provides insights into the courage and creativity required to negotiate that vulnerable identity.
In worship we will lift up our new church theme for the year ahead and invite God’s Spirit to continue to develop us into a community united in love.
When September 15 – October 15 was called Hispanic Heritage Month, rather than the now preferred Latino/Latina (or even Latinx) Heritage Month, Evergreen Baptist Association leaders Mindi Welton-Mitchell and Manny Santiago wrote and translated this beautiful Oración para la Celebración del … Continue reading This Sunday (September 23) at LABCContinue reading →
Many people find movements of radical inclusion, including the ministry of Jesus, to be very threatening and work to suppress them.