About 25 years ago, the pastor of a relatively poor congregation had an accident and racked up a huge medical bill in the hospital.
We live in an increasingly partisan world. This is not news. But it's the news "business," in many ways, that has made it so.
I have a problem. My internal filter doesn't always work.
For Shane Claiborne and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, "subversive" friendship is about creating God's counterculture in the midst of a dominant culture.
A while back, I was in a situation where I was mocked publicly in front of 300-plus young leaders. There were racial overtones.
I have a neighbor who has a little maxim he uses to explain much of what he sees on the news or reads about in the local paper.
The passing of Sen.
Conversations can offer creative spaces for questions to be asked and the exchange or exploration of ideas.