Monthly Archives: April 2017

Breaking the Chains

We spiritualize resurrection into a grand philosophical notion, an etherial promise. But it is so much more, it is a door busting, chain breaking, fredom-in-life-today shaking of the foundations of our being. Continue reading

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Knowing the Way

We treat faith as an intellectual accomplishment and berate Thomas for not having enough of it, but the Psalmist shows us that faith is visceral, embodied, and experienced in breath and life. Continue reading

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The God I do not Understand

We spend a lot of time talking about the God in whom we believe. There is, I think, power in accepting the reality that we are embracing a mystery. Continue reading

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Anna Stasia

Resurrection is a complex church-y word but at base it means something we do every day: we stand up. Continue reading

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The Blame Game

When Bad Things happen, we like to have a simple, reasonable, explanation for why they happen, the disciples are no different. And then Jesus starts opening eyes. Continue reading

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Chewbacca Jesus

What to Chewbacca and Jesus have in common? They were both part of a glorious smash-it-up-and-leave-the-pieces prison break. Continue reading

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