Rev. Cameron Trimble I was recently guiding consulting work with a company in New York working in the health and wellness sector. We had reached the stage where we were …
Once you grant yourself the freedom to become curious about the shifts in our wider culture, suddenly the answers to these questions become obvious even as new questions become apparent.
The pace at which we are living and the rate at which we are working is NOT a problem. It’s a condition. You don’t solve a condition. You treat a condition.
We know that our elected officials are failing to offer leadership at this critical moment in history. The question is: Will our churches do the same?
Are we allowing space for the singing of the migrant and the child caged at our borders?
We have confessed the harm we have done and continue to do to our siblings and have covenanted to faithfully keep our baptismal vow to follow Jesus Christ in resisting “evil, injustice, and oppression in whatever forms they present themselves.”
We are in trouble, America. It’s time for the prophets to rise once again, being clear about God’s vision for a more just and generous world for all.
This month I had the privilege of speaking at a regional conference of the United Church of Canada. Set on the shores of the beautiful Port Eglin just outside of …
One of the readers of this blog pointed out to me recently that I had a few typos in one of my posts. I had checked and double-checked before I posted it.
I hate screwing up. In fact, I go to great and exhausting lengths to make sure that I don’t. If I do, I don’t want you to know about it. I wonder if that is true for you too?!? The problem is that if we put work out in the world today, more people than ever before can see it, engage it…and judge it. It’s terrifying. But it comes with the territory. It’s leadership.
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