God, Ecology, and Relational Power

For Jesus the way the disciples (and the way we) have been taught relationship is problematic. The way we have been taught to compete and to count insiders and outsiders, it won’t work if you want to follow Jesus. It won’t work if you want to do something about climate change.

God’s Economy (part 1): Abundance and Equity

God’s economy does not look like our economy. Where we struggle with scarcity, with anxiety that there will never be enough, God provides abundantly. And God invites us to work for more equity, so that regardless of the color of your skin, or the profession of your parents, all might know God’s abundant blessings in this life.