“My stupid mouth has got me in trouble. I said too much again.”
I used to think missions was a thing for super-Christians.
“I’m good.” “It’s all good.” “Good news!” The word good is our default for anything vaguely positive. But what do we mean when we talk about goodness?
I had a significant encounter with the police on a college campus several years ago. It challenged the way I view race, power, and the importance of being present.
Years ago I heard a preacher say these words: “Patience is a virtue, and a virtue can’t hurt you.”
When I first began leading and sharing in ministry responsibilities, I was full of vision and optimism.
We love to recite them (especially to others, in a sing-songy voice).
Faithful minister, brave prophet, unshakeable activist—Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a national hero.
I love Epiphany.
Once every couple of months, a group of volunteers crowds into the slim, cement walkways between the houses of the Bangkok slums.
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