In session 4 from Jesus, Bombs and Ice Cream, Shane Claiborne tells a story of an Iraqi bishop who tells him that Christianity was not invented in America-just domesticated.
Is our image of Jesus compelling enough to sustain us? Do we see his sacrifice at the center of everything?
40,000 will die on Christmas day and it continues every day of the year. You could change all this.......or you could just go shopping.
Emmanuel Katongole on reconciliation, communion, and the Cross.
Have we lost Jesus' cosmic dimension?
Jesus on the cross with clouds and light that gets brighter and brighter.
Jesus' parable and eating grilled cheese sandwiches with prostitutes...author, New Monastic, peacemaker and speaker Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove reflects.
Jean Vanier on Jesus's dinner instructions and experiencing the presence of God amongst human communion.
Follow me and I will make you fish for people.
Nadia Boz-Weber on the destabilizing love of Jesus.
Ron Rolheiser on Jesus' power, the mystery of hope, and God's risk with freedom.
Long pull back to reveal Jesus' nail scarred hands.
"Don’t weep," said Jesus. Then He came to the stretcher, and those carrying it stood still. Jesus said, "Young man, listen! Get up!" The dead man immediately sat up and began talking.
Do we come to Church or do we come to Christ?
The Church often is known for taking great things and making them small. Jesus invites us into something larger.
Love should lead us across boundaries.
Richard Rohr on living In Christ.
Does our addiction to militarism, consumerism and entertainment reflect Jesus' call?
Artist and activist Jay Beck on Jesus, the devil, mystic paths and the gift economy,
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