As we prepare for Dr. King’s holiday, my sermon is about Mountaintops and Mentorship. King knew, for the movement to live on, he had to pass along the faith, he had to pass along the vision. After all,, King knew, he had been handed this faith, this vision, from the generation before him, and especially from his mentor, Dr. Howard Thurman.
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Facing the world with love, not hate.
The past week and a half I’ve been thinking about something President Obama after Trayvon Martin was killed: “you know if I had a son, he would look like Trayvon.” I can’t get those words out of my head…I am a new dad. Just over a year into parenting, I can’t stop thinking, “I have a son, and he looks like Kyle Rittenhouse.”
Black Lives Matter to God
Holy Communion UCity · The Rev. Mike Angell: Black Lives Matter To God St. John’s and Anger Twice over the past week my phone has been inundated with texts and tweets and Facebook messages. On Sunday folks were asking, “Do you know St. John’s is on Fire?” On Monday the question came, “Have you seenContinue reading “Black Lives Matter to God”