Bishop Michael Curry’s Royal Wedding Sermon is why I take my kids to church. That vision of the “church” of radical love and inclusion – it’s why I sometimes arrive home late after attending church meetings and kiss my sleeping kids goodnight.
The Daily Sip reflects on the leadership of our church through the lens of St Bernard of Clairvaux
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