As we remember Dr. King this weekend, I have one question for you: “where is your village?” If we are to continue the work of Civil Rights, of human rights, if we are to seek to follow Jesus, I think it would benefit us all to ask, “where is your village?” Because, no one, not Moses, not Jesus, not Dr. King gets to the promised land alone.
Category Archives: Africa
The Accidental Anglican: Bishop Todd Hunter
This summer I’m catching up on some reading and came across this book from 2010 by Bishop Todd Hunter. In 2009, the Anglican Mission in America consecrated the former National Director of the Association of Vineyard Churches as their Bishop for Church Planting. The consecration might seem unlikely, which Hunter hints at in his titleContinue reading “The Accidental Anglican: Bishop Todd Hunter”
No situation is ‘Untransfigurable.’
The words of Bishop Tutu: “no one and no situation, is ‘untransfigurable.'” All of creation waits for us to lift the veil, to see the world as God sees the world. To see one another as God sees us, that is indeed a journey.
South Africa 1, the journey narrative
July 15-6 We began the trip with an 18 hour plane ride and arrived in Johannesburg pretty jet-lagged. We started our adventure with a trip to the mall to pick up necessities like power converters and a cell phone sim card. It was amazing to both Sam and I the impressive amount of globalization inContinue reading “South Africa 1, the journey narrative”