“You have searched me, Lord, and you know me. You know when I sit and when I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar.”
God calls me to be a voice of justice, to stand up and be loud for God’s love.
Allow me to shine a light on three key issues
Let us lift up our holy sister, Ginny Mikita, join hands in solidarity, and pray for the liberation of our leaders.
Are you willing to remember your baptism and stand in the river so that all of God’s people can make it through?
I have to tell my queer friends I love them and view them as full children of God – but my church doesn’t so they should try the Episcopal Church or the UCC.
How many times, in so many lives, does this story ring true? Too many to even imagine.
We are exhausted by church leaders whose fidelity to institutional covenants and rules trump their own personal commitments to Christ and to the gospel.
Than you, God, that hough I cannot pray a blessing for them, you have seen fit to bless us with them.
By Jarell Wilson: God is calling us to a new way of doing things.
By Lucinda Hughes: Where do I, bruised yet again, go from here?
By Aaron Pazan: The sermon from Sunday Morning at Glide hit it home with me and my love hate relationship with The UMC.
Do I expect you to agree with me? Up to a certain point, yes.
“Sometimes it’s the people no one imagines anything of who do the things that no one can imagine.”