In the In-Between

If there is anything I've learned in the in-between, it's that you are not what you do or who you are working with (although those do reveal parts of you), but what is most telling is your why. Why are you doing what you are doing? Why do you keep the company that you keep? … Continue reading In the In-Between

Love Letter to Sad Revolutionaries

Picture from Radical Tenderness Project by Kristen Trudo: On August 6, 2017, I was invited by Rev. Rebecca Turner, my former supervisor at Faith Aloud, to preach and preside at Christ Church United Church of Christ in Maplewood Missouri. I chose the Matthew 14:31-21 story about Jesus feeding the five thousand with five loaves and … Continue reading Love Letter to Sad Revolutionaries

Video: Living in the Plot Twist

Readings and sermon, with full acknowledgement that it might feel a bit weird/silly because this is recorded with a webcam, rather than with an audience. But sounds fine audio-wise (although there are a few minor hiccups/misreadings)! Alternate titles include: You Can't Stop the Revolution and The People United Will Never be Defeated. Food for … Continue reading Video: Living in the Plot Twist

Living in the Plot Twist

Photo Credit: Bryce Krug Reading the Signs of the Times Regina Purnell-Gray, Kevin Kriesel, Deborah Krause Excerpts from “Forward through Ferguson,” the report of the Ferguson Commission “In 2013, as we prepared to celebrate St. Louis’ 250th birthday,  leaders debated whether or not to engage in community-wide planning, in a wide assessment of the region. … Continue reading Living in the Plot Twist