Put your ear to the ground. You will not detect a single note of good news in the story of Herod, Herodias, and John.
Living by the Word
The final lesson in Discipleship 101: learning to fall
The woman's presence in a crowd is an act of civil disobedience.
What do we miss when we seclude ourselves on safe shores of sameness?
My Western side longs for more activity in this parable, but I'm trying to listen to my Eastern side.
When Jesus names the need for deep social change, people think he's possessed.
It's inevitable that the story of Jesus healing in Capernaum won't end well.
John 3:16 is about crisis, but not the crisis of God brooding in heaven waiting on us to make a choice.
Jesus has gone underground. That's the setting of our Gospel reading this Pentecost.
Christian theology is a love story.
The church organizes its life in the wake of absence.
Sometimes the life of abundant love is lonely.
We are divided. We do not abide each other well.
The "jobsworth" and the good shepherd.
Our risen savior has taste buds and a digestive tract.