I promptly went traveling for work after this went live and forgot to post it here. On accountability, small-town prophets, and the foolish un-empire of the Divine.
I wrote this piece on reclaiming Rev. Dr. King’s revolutionary legacy over at the RevGalBlogPals blog, for their “The Pastoral Is Political” section. I hope you’ll give it a read. Friends, I confess this Martin Luther King, Jr. national holiday feels so…complicated today, when in just a few days bigotry and hatefulness and misogyny and… Continue reading #ReclaimMLK
I am so proud of this new project, as part of my work with Showing Up for Racial Justice, coordinating our faith work. Give it a listen and let me know what you think!
My Dearest, Beloved White Folk ~ I see our dismay, our confusion, our anger, our fear, our grief. I share it. I feel it. I shook with weeping until early hours of the morning. I hear us. I hear our lament: Is this who we are? As a country? As a people? The hardest thing… Continue reading The Truth Will Set Us Free
The Alumni Director at my seminary, the Iliff School of Theology, interviewed me a few weeks ago. I loved sitting down with her at our kitchen table with herbal tea and just talking. She asked me great questions, and I love that the interview she crafted includes lots of quotes, so you hear me as… Continue reading FierceRev Interviewed
August 7, 2016 United Church of Montbello Romans 12: 1-2 I appeal to you therefore, sisters and brothers, siblings and cousins, relatives, I appeal to you therefore, To present your bodies as a living sacrifice – do not be conformed to this world. These word of Paul were inscribed on me When I was 17,… Continue reading Non-Conforming, Mismatched, Maladjusted
We took action in Denver in support of #BlackLivesMatter and against police brutality. Here’s a good video of the action.