Hugh Hollowell, Mennonite minister and founder/director of Love Wins Ministries, tells a story of finding Jesus in a Crack House on the blog Two Friars and a Fool. “I laugh, and give serious thought to bringing up incarnational theology, using this as a teaching moment. But then I decide I cannot add a bit to […]
Day: August 25, 2011
The news that the CEO of Apple has resigned is causing all sorts of people to take stock of the effects that personal technology has had on their lives over the past forty years. The Church is no different in this regard.
Lee Rose Emery writes for CNN about how it’s in the car that her children enter the deep conversations:
Washington National Cathedral, and many other churches, received compounding bad news that their buildings damaged in the earthquake centered in Virginia would not be covered by insurance. This includes churches insured by the Church Insurance Company.
Dr. Pamela Chinnis, 30th President of the House of Deputies, died last evening at 6:31 p.m.
“Love and hatred are not merely subjective feelings, affecting the inward universe of those who experience them, but they are also objective forces, altering the world outside ourselves. By loving or hating another, I cause the other in some measure to become that which I see in him or her. Not for myself alone, but for the lives of all around me, my love is creative, just as my hatred is destructive.