Tag Archives: Social Witness

When We Go Together: On Fear and Courage at the Border

We are not afraid. We are not afraid. We will march for liberation Because we know why we were made.* As our group of interfaith leaders came nearer to the line of Border Patrol agents on Monday, all while singing … Continue reading

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The Fierce Urgency of Now

Many of you reading this will have recently heard the news that the remaining viable candidate for the Republican nominee¬†for President is the same one who said a few months ago that he was “calling for a total and complete … Continue reading

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The Clock of the World (theology of social witness post 1)

For the next few months, I will be participating in a small group of UU ministers across the country who will be reflecting on the theological grounding of our work for social change and our ministry of social witness. ¬†The … Continue reading

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