It’s a compelling turn of phrase: “the life that really is life.” What does it mean? What is this life that the early church writer would have us seek after?
“I am a Voter” was the message on the t-shirts and on the minds of homeless residents of the District of Columbia as they voted early in the 2013 Special Election on Saturday, April 13th. The homeless residents, and those who live in shelters or permanent supportive housing, are often thought of as “clients,” “guests,”Continue reading “I am a Voter.”
Friday morning I was in “Freedom Park,” an audacious name for that little hunk of concrete in Pennsylvania Avenue in front of Washington’s City Hall, the Wilson building. Miriam’s Kitchen, a program that feeds the homeless out of Western Presbyterian Church on Virginia Ave, brought many of their regular homeless guests to the park toContinue reading “The poor you will always have with you. Sermon from Mar 17, 2013”