The Archbishop of Canterbury has written a lovely column about the ways in which Christians are called to cultivate and participate in community, but as much as I appreciate it, I have a small gripe. But first an excerpt from the column.
Day: June 17, 2013
The Lutheran bishop of New England cuts quite a figure.
At The Lamb’s War, Micah Bales writes: So often in my life, I have told myself that I was working for a righteous cause, justice, or even God, but far more often than I would care to admit, my most compelling motivation has been the surge of energy and affirmation from taking a stand, leading …
During the first century stories of faith and God’s grace were told on mountains or shouted from rooftops. These days, the ability to do this is quite literally in the palm of our hand. How will you provide permission to share the Good News in this way?
As Bruce W. Gray (@brucewgray_indy), canon to the ordinary in the Diocese of Indianapolis, has suggested on twitter, congregations may be the natural homes of Death Cafes. What do you think?
Last weekend was the 25th anniversary of the great baseball movie Bull Durham. I’ve been hoping for an opportunity, or perhaps an excuse, to post a clip from the film here on The Lead, and I think I’ve finally concocted one. My business partner, Rebecca Wilson, and I spent the weekend with Nina Nicholson and …
Welcome to Lora Walsh who will be reflecting on the Daily Office Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.