Editor’s Note: This post is based on a sermon written by Benjamin Weber for St. Agatha Mennonite Church and First Mennonite Church. Benjamin is one of 9 young adults currently […]
We too, may miss the value of rich viewpoints around us if we never risk vulnerability by choosing to engage others who seem different from ourselves. By letting arbitrary boundaries supported by fear get in our way, what invaluable messages may we be ignoring and from whom? What judgments do we let cloud our willingness to listen?
Editor’s Note: This post was originally created by Kim Rempel as a sermon for Preston Mennonite Church. Kim is one of 9 young adults currently participating in a PiE […]
When I wake up scared in the night
and when I trip on the ragged edges of things,
I demand her nearness,
shouting myself hoarse until she lifts me up close to her face.
For many years, the church provided me with a place where I felt like I belonged. I was fourteen years old when I “decided” to get baptized. Coming from a […]
*Editor’s Note: This blog is in response to a call from Queer Theology to participate in a “synchroblog” where LGBTQ+ Christians can reflect on their “Queer Calling”. “What does your […]
Opening whatever, could simply gain passage through a door Opening whatever, could be as banal as getting some peanut butter Opening whatever, could bring back the memories of past hurts […]