Gordon Cosby was the founding minister of Washington, D.C.'s Church of the Saviour.
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From the Archives: April 1977
NO LONGER do I have to separate myself from the victims of society, whether they are in prisons or mental institutions, or the economically poor, unable to buy time, health, space, leisure, education for their children, or a host of other things. I know myself to be victimized, because I am the victim of these powers. I can be at home with other victims.
And I need no longer to be bound by the hurt of ancient wounds in my own life because the penetrating light of Christ can pierce the darkness—the deepest darkness. And no longer need I fear the aging process. It has no destructive power over me. My diminishing powers and your diminishing powers in certain areas are the preparation for a new depth of communion with God, for which I was destined.
On the Potter's Wheel
What's it like to be almost human? Reflections on Jeremiah 18.
From the Archives: June-July 1975
One Committed Lifetime
A Tradition of Resistance
The great deliverer of the Hebrew people was Moses.
The Call To Community
Depending on God's Grace --Jim Wallis interviews Gordon Cosby.
A Prayer of a Chance
An Interview with Gordon Cosby
The Power of Undeflected Obedience
The revolutionary act of community.
A Sermon on Power and Servanthood
I want to share with you several ideas that are extremely difficult to grasp and indescribably difficult to embody.