Luke’s Beatitudes call us to live in the tension of a cross-shaped life.
Living by the Word
The disciples focused on what they could control: the state of their nets.
If Jesus is with the other guy, how can he be with us?
The word of God is living and active; it meets us where we are.
The wedding at Cana is a reminder that Jesus’ kingdom is a miraculous kingdom—a mystical kingdom.
When we resist the powers that oppress this world, we are baptized through fire.
Theology is not popularly understood to be a landscape where dreams are welcome.
Why am I so skeptical about sitting and learning at the feet of others?
What is the story within the story that we need to hear anew?
It’s hard to believe in an enchanted world.
The first step of repentance is telling the truth about ourselves.
To be wild is to be free, unbought and unbossed by the structures of power.
What if Jesus is snatching us out of our desire for another world?
Ultimately, the reign of God is God’s government set up in the human heart.
What if we put children at the center of our policies and decisions?