[Carol Kuruvilla – Huffington Post] Lecrae Moore is a rapper from Atlanta whose album “Anomaly” debuted as No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. On Instagram on Thursday, the father of three criticized his Christian fans who accuse him of spreading a “divisive message” and ask him to “just stick to the gospel.” “True faith […]
Day: July 18, 2016
All around the country this past weekend, black Christian leaders used their sermons to explore a taboo topic: HIV and AIDS. The NAACP recruited more than 100 pastors to preach about HIV for a “Day of Unity”, hoping to raise the subject’s profile among those affected at a disparate rate – the African-American community. “Historically, […]
[Anglican Communion News Service] The chaplain of the Anglican Church in Nice has told BBC radio that the French city is stunned by Thursday night’s attack which left at least 84 people dead and dozens more injured. But the Rev. Peter Jackson said Nice was resilient and would recover. Jackson told the Today program that […]
How can we live a life less divided between our “day” selves and our “night” selves? Can we live with the same levels of integrity, courage, and transparency all day long?
Our reading also reminds us that when we show empathy and solidarity in the struggles of another, our task is simple–show up, and remain awake.