Until Dr. King’s “Revolution of Human Rights” is complete, we live in hope, and we listen for a vision, even in a time when visions are rare. Keep dreaming. Keep working. Keep moving forward. We shall overcome.
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.
A sermon preached for the third Sunday of Advent at Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis. Gracious God, let these words be more than words, and give us the Spirit of Jesus. When I moved to St. Louis, I didn’t know I was coming to learn how to hope. Now, you have to understand, I grew … Continue reading The Long Road of Hope