Narrative Lectionary: Be Love Out Loud

The text for this week found in Isaiah reminds me so much of the current political climate we find ourselves in today. Read it here This story is so familiar to what we are experiencing in this country with this seated president – that it makes me want to laugh and cry at the same… Read More

“No Incentive”… to speak the truth

Last night, Senator Jeff Flake (R, Arizona) was asked on 60 Minutes if he could have/would have delayed the vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the US Supreme Court had he been running for re-election. Scott Pelley: Senator Flake, you’ve announced that you’re not running for re-election and I wonder, could you have done this,… Read More

Narrative Lectionary: Called to Decolonize (Genesis 12:1-9)

Later this month will mark the one year anniversary of Hurricane Maria’s devastation of Puerto Rico as its 3.3 million residents still reeled from the impact of the often forgotten Hurricane Irma which hit the island just two weeks before. As I type these words, I whisper the name Raúl Pagán, my father’s cousin—que en… Read More

Friday Prayer: A Little Thing

So also is the tongue a small member, yet it boasts of great exploits. How great a forest is set ablaze by a small fire. – James 3:5 O God,  Rein in my tongue. Let me hold my silence. Let me think before speaking. Let me say only what helps and heals. Reign in my… Read More