change is inevitable and there are new challenges, even when things may seem the same
arguments for actually doing good rather than just feeling good
memories of our childhood street colour our view of the world and how we behave
how do we apply the stories of Jesus, which emphasized the everyday world and not the miraculous
pondering on how can we adjust the beliefs and faith we grew up with to the world we now live in?
Within the world-wide Christian community there are many races and skin colour – Christ did not discriminate, God does not discriminate.
an argument supporting the right to die with dignity and freedom from pain when the time inevitably comes
exploration of how hope keeps us attuned to what ever is life affirming, in any situation, even the grimmest
what do risk and security have to do with faith, hope and love?
the voices of the weak, powerless and poor must shout out and interrupt our comfort until justice is served
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