Journal

Tag: Justice and Mercy

The First of the Seven Last Words

The First of the Seven Last Words

(I offered these reflections today at The Falls Church Anglican) This Good Friday, we remember the seven last words of Jesus from the cross.  Seven last gasps.  The Apostle John said of Jesus that if a person tried to write down all the things he did and said, the...

SOUNDINGS – What Then Shall We Do?

This past week I was pleased and privileged again to attend the Matthew 25 Gathering, where folks from the Anglican Church of North America gather to encourage each other in the ways that God has called us to work for the Kingdom, and work for justice with mercy. ...

A Journey in the Path of Immigrants

by: Amy Lauger Coracle Fellow – Class of 2017 Two dozen of us from various nations braved the weather on the deck. The January wind was brisk! We became downright giddy, skipping around the deck to snap pictures of all that was around us as the sun was setting....

Join the Journey to Racial Healing in America

For Christians, working for racial healing and racial reconciliation is both an invitation and obligation. It is an invitation to make real Jesus’ desire for a multiracial family and follow in his footsteps of breaking down racial division, as well as an invitation to...

SOUNDINGS – The Bible, The Truth and Michael Cohen

Earlier this week Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison for illegal acts committed while in service to Donald Trump.  Until this week I’ve not given much thought to Michael Cohen and bear him no ill will, but I do think his story warrants attention as a...