What if God’s job is to give our daily bread; to search us out – each one of us – regardless of whether we think we're worthy to be found?
Sin and the end of the world. That’s what I’ve got for you today. So please, 77 times over, forgive me.
Jesus pledges to be with his followers. I’m not sure if they’re ready for what that means. I’m not sure we are either.
For redemptive violence to thrive, we need to look at each other and forget our shared humanity; forget our belovedness by God.
God, our nation is diseased. A pandemic has brought us to our knees, but we have been kneeling before false gods for too long.
Once Jesus initiates discernment, the process is ongoing. The question we all have to answer: Who do you say that I am?
Jesus could not have provided a better teaching on exclusion and discrimination in the name of God than by acting it out.
I invite you to think about God as a mother who adores her children. Because when we look at Mother Jesus, that is the God we see.