Again and again in Genesis, we find the stories of rivals. Cain and Abel, Isaac and Ishmael, Jacob and Essau. It’s almost as if the Bible is trying to tell us something about how we relate to one another. And today we enter again the story of Sarah and Hagar.
Holy Communion UCity · The Rev. Mike Angell- The Fire Next Time In 1962, James Baldwin penned a letter to his nephew. Anticipating the 100th anniversary of the emancipation proclamation, Baldwin was considering the state of black life in America and giving advice to the young man especially around how to interact with white folks.Continue reading “The Fire Next Time”
A few years ago Peter Senge, the MIT professor and Brian McLaren the Christian writer were killing time on a video chat, waiting for someone else to join, how many of us know this space today. McLaren asked Senge about the decline of the church and the growth of Buddhism in our country. Senge said,Continue reading “What if we thought of Christianity as a Way of Life?”