Letter from Birmingham Jail

I have witnessed power to be the ability to influence someone else’s life. I’ve experienced power as violence and the capacity and willingness one has to use force towards one’s desired end. Power insulates the one who possesses it from feeling the infirmities of the masses. I view power as a weapon of protection fromContinue reading “Letter from Birmingham Jail”

Dialogue for Difficult Subjects

I’m currently in a cross-racial pastoral appointment. It’s more than cross-racial. There exists differences in culture, geography, politics, and in some instances, theology.   These differences sometimes complicate for me (and I’m sure for some parishioners) what seem to be quite easy and obvious decisions. Should we gather in person while COVID-19 numbers are rising inContinue reading “Dialogue for Difficult Subjects”