In Politics and Beyond, #LoveUltimatelyWins

Love wins. "Love wins" is not just for hashtags or bumper-stickers.  It is more than a statement; it is a way of being - a way intended for everyone all the time.  It is a part of what it means for the kin-dom of God to be real for all people on the earth. Today many of my dearest friends are disappointed by the result of the U.S. Presidential election.  I stand with them in naming Trump's vocabulary for what it has consistently been: opposed to the message of love wins. Bishop Dwayne Read More …

Marginalization as Blessing

I cannot even begin to count the number of experts I have heard or read complain about the losses experienced by liberal/progressive (Mainline, Oldline, Sideline) Christianity over the last several decades.  I am thankful those voices are beginning to fade as new voices emerge suggesting what this new role means and how God can and is working in and through it. Amy Butler, senior minister of Riverside Church, recently stated that the continued trend toward marginalization "is one of the most Read More …