Jairus knows the weight of justice delayed as justice denied. But he keeps moving.
At that deserted spot on the Sea of Galilee, Jesus could've used a grocery store.
The wind and water operate at a guttural level within these fishermen disciples.
The apostles are on fire in this Gospel passage. I don't always get along with people like that.
In the hands of coercive power, the Bible is a weapon.
It’s a beautiful plant. It’s also an invasive weed.
Put your ear to the ground. You will not detect a single note of good news in the story of Herod, Herodias, and John.
Yes, Jesus is possessed—by a new vision of what it means to live in community and in relationship with God.
The final lesson in Discipleship 101: learning to fall