Every day, and every night, I dream of this place. I am the place and the place is me. A place where we can all be together. I am the place and the place is me. A place with a table, around which we eat bread. Broken and shared, like our lives, in Him. I […]
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One thing I’m finding interesting about being “homeless”* is the sense of insecurity it creates, not just the feeling of physical vulnerability, but also the sense you have no authority to speak or act. When you have four walls to your name, even when you’re outside of those walls, you feel like you’ve earned the […]
Love, therefore, is not so much the opposite of fear, hate and indifference as it is the cure for it. People who are properly loved will not be afraid, hateful or naive, and it’s our mission as Christian to love one another, because love comes from God. When we have learned how to be loved properly by God ourselves, through Christ, we will release love’s alternatives, and seek to practice it at every opportunity. Our mission surely then as professors and disciples of Christ is to do what He did. Love people. And do it properly.