“The deadly ‘virus’ of homosexuality has infiltrated ACNA. This is likened to a Yeast that should be urgently and radically expunged and excised lest it affects the whole dough.” – Archbishop Ndukuba, Anglican Church of Nigeria
Day: February 28, 2021
We, in the West, do not like to let go of things. This is proven by the storage industry. Last year alone, Americans spent $38 billion on self-storage – to store things they wanted to keep, but did not want to see, use or touch. Hmm. What could $38 billion, used differently do?
Owen Hodges and Karen Ray Nelson join as guests to consider Jesus’ openness, the way we process corrections, and our ever present choice to turn and face the Cross.
We start with a Lenten check in, learn a bit about what Jesus was up to while he was among the dead, and finish up our conversation on the decalogue as presented in the BCP catechism.
This week, 2FAB looks at the 13th century dutch poet and mystic, St Hadewijch
The process of repentance draws us back
against our will,
wanting cheer, not sadness –
But like the cartoon spectre,
it waits and knows
surrender to memory will come.
“Personally, I have no interest in becoming the matriarch of nations. But I’m hard pressed to know what my deepest yearning would truly be. If God were to make a covenant with me and were to change my name — what do I want most in all the world?”