In this episode, Luci and Jordan follow David goes into exile
Usually, those evangelizing compassion do not write about politics, and sometimes they veer into passivity. We need to confront an unjust, ecocidal system. …We must not shy away from those confrontations. I see the question as staying engaged instead of enraged.
Faith is caught, not taught
Making a pot is not really that different to making a life. We need to match the right glaze with the body on which it rests, flows, gathers, pools and shimmers in Go(o)d Light.
Greg, Liz, Betsy, and special guest Richard Lindsey join together to to take a look at the phenomenon of pop culture collections and the notion of kitsch
But here’s the thing – we need to do more than stand for something. We need to move with it, too.
The 2FAB Bible guides take us through David’s relationship with Jonathan
My apocalyptic moment happened at a computer desk in a tiny studio apartment in the northern reaches of Manhattan, amid a clutter of papers and half-empty coffee cups. But it was no less earth-shattering than if an angel with a flaming sword showed up at the door delivering the news.
In my own life, and perhaps in yours, I find that I have an unqualified tour guide in my head when I am not living a balanced, centered and prayerful life.
Enter David. Luci and Jordan discuss the entrance of David into the story of God’s people
The truth is we are not safe. Those words are difficult to write but it is true. Many, many like me, chose to enter the church or a monastery because we were seeking a safe place in which to be protected and nurtured, when in fact that has never been its role.
In this episode, Jon, Jennifer, Amy, and Charles (sort of) crack open the BCP to see what works, what doesn’t and what we might want in a revised prayer book
Betsy, Liz, and Ricardo welcome special guest William Bonnell to talk about the television miniseries The Young Pope exploring themes of power, loneliness, and obedience.
Luci and Jordan interview Gary Green about his work in pastoral theology on understanding the suffering of young black men and the theological claims we can draw from that suffering about their unrecognized humanity