The stakes on LGBTQ+ marriage are much bigger than church politics. Will Christians be consumed with our own inner fights and technicalities, or will we be bold for God’s love? Does the church serve itself, or serve the world in Christ’s name?
Category Archives: Marriage Equality
Bishop Curry, the Royal Wedding, and the Jesus Movement
News broke late last week that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have invited The Most Rev. Michael Curry, 27th Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, to preach at their wedding. The ceremony will be broadcast across the globe early Saturday morning. Episcopalians are notably excited, looking forward to hearing the preacher who calls himself leaderContinue reading “Bishop Curry, the Royal Wedding, and the Jesus Movement”
What happened at the Primates Meeting?
On paper, it may look like the Communion is made up by a series of agreements about meeting together. In fact, we are tied together by common prayer. You can huff and you can puff, but you’re going to have a really hard time blowing that house down. We are in deeper communion than any single meeting could ever undo.
Advent: The Tension of Hope
Advent invites us to live in the tension of hope. Hope is radical. Imagining the world as it should be causes us to see the imbalances and exploitations of the world as it is.