The funds will help refurbish the Tulsa’s church’s kitchen and also help the congregation bring its vision of a prayer wall to fruition. The church hopes to create a prayer wall for those who visit the church to learn about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
Day: January 31, 2021
I think a lot about my friend in the camp and how he appreciated the sandwich but really wanted the prayer. I want to build a ministry that brings both, that meets folks in the middle of their struggles and offers both practical resources and spiritual resources. I think the church has a lot to offer on both fronts. I hope to be brave in trying new things, and in being open to that Spirit I had thought for a moment had abandoned me. Meeting the needs of my friends on the streets is where I’m most likely to run into Jesus, with his crazy requests for prayer on the side of the road.
It is so easy to confuse equanimity with indifference. With indifference, one simply does not notice when bad things happen or, worse still, we anesthetize the pain with substances or experiences. With equanimity, on the other hand, one welcomes the abuses and betrayals that happen in our lives as teachers sent from a cosmos in whose kiln-of-life you rest for a time, becoming something. The longer and hotter the fire, the more beautiful and durable is the pot.
Charlette and co-host the Reverend Hannah Wilder consider Jesus’ authority, why we resist change and how it impacts our lives today.
We look at a cherished but historically questionable doctrine of Anglicanism plus we continue through the catechism with more Q&A about God the Father.
This week, 2FAB looks at the life and legacy of St Elizabeth of Hungary
“Projecting evil onto others and then hoping that what we have imagined about them is an unclean spirit that can be somehow cast out of them is a way of pulling back and away from our neighbors. They become not quite human to us when we do this.”