Prophetic Justice in a Modern World

He has told you, O mortal, what is good;    and what does the Lord require of youbut to seek justice, and to love mercy,    and to walk humbly with your God? (Micah 6:8) At the center of God's kingdom is relationship. God created humanity, not for his own personal pleasure or gain, but out of love and desire for … Continue reading Prophetic Justice in a Modern World

To My Fellow White People

I'm tired. I'm tired and I don't even have a right to say I'm tired. I'm tired of seeing our POC brothers and sisters oppressed, abused, murdered, lynched, and ignored. I'm tired of hearing their stories, watching their videos, seeing their tears, and feeling their pain. And yet, I have no right to be tired. … Continue reading To My Fellow White People

Love, Lent, and Learning to Live

Yesterday was Ash Wednesday, and I had intended to write something about the theological significance or whatever. But, why reinvent the wheel? Google it. Instead, this post will probably be more personal than theological-- which is typically the standard for me anyway. So, as I've been reflecting on life, here are my thoughts, and my … Continue reading Love, Lent, and Learning to Live