Why and how we pray.
Today we celebrate St. Luke's Day together/alone, by calling to mind people who heal and people who need healing, and by inviting greater healing into our own lives.
Peace in the midst of chaos, life in the shadow of death.
This parable of the vineyard reminds us to be fruitful, especially in times like these.
Violence is in the Bible and right here in Durham. How can we call the breath of life into the dry bones of death?
The parable of the workers in the vineyard calls us to re-evaluate our owneconomy, to value people over productivity. Matthew 20: 1-16 By Sam Laurent, PhD Let’s talk economics, old school. The Greek word oikos, which means“house” or “home” is the root word for our English word “economy.” We getit by way of the Greek … Continue reading Economics and Freedom
Forgiveness is hard. God will help.
We are waking to many societal inequities. We can heal ourselves and our community by investing in prayer, study and action.
Love will get us past the pandemic.
Today’s Gospel models the value of investing in close, healthy relationships.