Today is Easter, my favorite holiday. As I celebrate the freedom that Jesus bought for me, I am mindful of the many people that are displaced, enslaved, imprisoned, addicted, and in many other ways not free. What am I to do? That question is the very purpose of this blog, but it’s insufficient without also … More Why Am I To Do?
Carlos looked hard into his son’s eyes, noting that they looked like the deep brown of rich soil. Those precious eyes that he had tried every day to make sure knew nothing but hope were now fretful and unsure whether to be sad or scared. He saw himself in his son. A sensitive boy … More Sé Valiente
In a day and age of stinging rhetoric, commercialized fear, and alternative facts, I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the counter conversation that is taking place. The main point of the conversation? Jesus loves people. All people. We are to love people. All people. Even if it’s risky. People are speaking up for the voiceless and … More The Counter Conversation