The power of the Nicodemus narrative is the way in which we readers, thousands of years later, are invited ourselves to be transformed. We are transformed not by information and facts but by God’s reality in creation. We are transformed because we have become witnesses not to an ideology but to the movement of God. We stand alongside Nicodemus bound by our physical bodies and limited perspective, and invited likewise to participate in the movement of God. … More The Divine Flow
1st SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, TRINITY SUNDAY (Year A)
The life of the Trinity is also our life. It is a recognition of our unity and a celebration of our diversity. Acknowledging the diversity of the Trinity as essential is vital because it also acknowledges the diversity of creation as essential. “Black lives matter,! is therefore a statement of sincere belief that all of creation in all of its diversity reflects the very life of the Trinity itself. … More Welcome to Triune Life!
5th SUNDAY OF EASTER (Year A)
Has anyone every told you that you look like your father or mother? Family resemblances are a funny thing. Today’s gospel narrative invites us into the family resemblance of Jesus and the Father. When people see you, in other words, they should also see Jesus. … More A Family Resemblance