It’s the day after election day in the United States. Some folks are celebrating while others are licking their wounds. Yet the call on the day after the election is often the same.
Forgiveness is a difficult thing. It’s difficult because we want to make it about the person we’re forgiving, but it’s really about who we are and who we serve.
I’ve had several personal encounters with “Trump Conservatives” in the past several weeks which have left me disturbed.
Saturday I was greeted with the terrible news that Rachele Held Evans had passed away. I’m heartbroken.
As a minister of the Gospel I have to speak against any desire to weaponize the name of Jesus.
I had a sudden inspiration on Good Friday this past week, could I convey the movement from Good Friday through uneasy expectation of Holy Saturday and the Joy of Easter through a series of composite images?