Give me your tired, your poor, those you consider dogs.
Living by the Word
Both Elijah and Peter face a stark reality: fear.
I can’t fathom a God who isn’t personal—and personally accountable.
We can be joined by our suffering, not just separated.
We have forgotten how to dream the land.
The sower just seems to hope that the seeds will find the right kind of soil, while doing little to ensure that is the case.
I would have been embarrassed, downright ashamed to be associated with gluttons, drunkards, and sinners.
Matthew 25 is not the only way that Christ appears in our world.
We have value because we are creatures, like sparrows.
Exodus 19:2–8a; Psalm 100; Romans 5:1–8; Matthew 9:35–10:8