I enjoy jazz because in its creativity, improvisation, call and response, and its ability to change and mature, I claim, is a manifestation of spirituality.
How can I speak for someone I don’t know? Someone whose life I have not led…
But I have an opportunity, right in the spaces where I live, to draw the circle a little wider.
At CLASP, our major aim is to assist LGBT asylum seekers while they await the long and complicated process of applying for asylum here in the USA.
This can’t be solidarity with the One to whom Mary sang in Her Magnificat…
I ask our church, “have we not learned from our mistakes?”
Reverend Grace Imathiu led some of the most engaging and entertaining and thought-provoking bible studies I have ever participated in.
I did what I did because I am pastor to those vulnerable children, homeless youth, migrant workers and differently abled people among many others.
Let’s remember our history and work together on housing discrimination, poverty, and the HIV/AIDS crisis…
“What’s Love Got To Do With It?,” Tina Turned asked. I respond “Love has everything to do with it.”
How could any Church in its worship service, fail to remember the tragedy in Charleston?
This is a conversation that belongs in our churches.
By Rhys Caraway: As I took my first steps, something began to change in me…
Five millennia of colonization systematically wiped out our indigenous culture and spirituality.
By Nicole King: Our attention should be directed to survivors of sexual violence.
By Jarell Wilson: God is calling us to a new way of doing things.
By Shannon Trenton: Two women worked for half a century to make an official holiday to celebrate mothers.
“Who is your family?” can be an uncomfortable—if not downright triggering—question for many of us.