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Like Bartimeaus, may we have the wisdom, the courage, the faith to really see; to see the ways that God is with us, to see that we are not alone, even when this world seems to be telling us otherwise.
Let us love on another as we have been loved, and let us answer the call to walk together, serve together, take risks and reflect hope, knowing that while it will never be easy, it will always be worth it.
It is easier for Canadians to negotiate a beneficial trade deal with the Trump administration than it is for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.
This is what Jesus was looking for when he taught this lesson, hoping that we could find ways of living and praying and working together that, while they may be different, all point to a mission of love and hope and peace. Be at peace with one another, Jesus said. May we never stop working… Continue reading Be At Peace with One Another – Mark 9:38-50
Whoever wants to be great, must put others first, must welcome more, love more, and must become vulnerable to how that welcome, how that love, will change them.
A life of faith today means standing up to the dominant stories that are being told today and telling the gospel story louder.