Day: February 20, 2015

Why Anti-racism training?

The Executive Council Committee on Anti-racism (ECCAR) is meeting this week in St. Louis including a visit to Ferguson with the Bishop, young adults, and others working for reconciliation. Representatives from the nine provinces of the Episcopal Church (TEC) and the Episcopal Church Missioner for Racial Reconciliation, Heidi Kim, from the national church staff (she is based in Seattle and …

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Speaking to the Soul: Everything’s Under Control

Imagine if that were the priority of Christians everywhere: the pursuit of real freedom from all the substances, stereotypes, and systems that enslave us. Imagine if it weren’t acceptable to plead that we were simply “unable” to recognize the signs that someone in our sphere of responsibility, or merely in our midst, was enslaved in the ways that the Scripture warns us about. Imagine if we couldn’t claim that we simply didn’t have the right information, or that our processes were faulty.