Rahim Buford spoke to us, at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, from within his 3’ cage in the corner of the conference room. His poetry traced the
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Trip to DC Travelogue / Getting There
The first installment of my travelogue as I go to Washington DC this week for the Unity Conference.
Doctor My Eyes
A year ago following cataract surgery, I set alarms on my phone to remind me to apply my eye drops at regular intervals. I used
There is an urgency to this season that I did not experience in the years when I could live dangerously and put off until today what I might have done then.
Dr. Rudolph Featherstone was our professor of African Theology at Trinity Lutheran Seminary in 2002. A self-proclaimed, “janitor for Jesus,” his words were as prophetic
“Ain’t it crazy? For a moment there this felt just like dying. But now I see that something inside. Is coming alive. Ain’t it crazy? … I lay me down in this sweet perfection. I am a witness to my resurrection…” From the song, Heal Me. By Melissa Etheridge, from her CD SKIN