The renewal of the Church and of Creation will require people who know in their bones that the path to life leads through sacrifice and death.
A good Earth Day sermon is hard to write. I didn’t try it myself this year! But when I was sent this one, I decided it was so good it had to be shared.
When the bishop asked, “What does our diocese most need?” I answered with four words. Then I realized: nobody knew what I was talking about.
Last year, Wake Forest’s Food, Faith & Religious Leadership Intensive changed my blog, my ministry, and my life. This June, I’ll be the Chaplain for the 2015 event. Last year was amazing – this year promises to be even better.