For the past thousand years, friends of God aspiring to the Way of Jesus have traditionally celebrated this first Sunday after Pentecost as “the Feast of the Holy Trinity.” In gatherings from catacombs to cathedrals, potlucks and Eucharists have been shared in honor of this daring revelation, unique among our monotheistic siblings: That the One […]
Dying, Christ absorbs our death. Rising, Christ restores our life. Christ returns again in glory Ever-New Even now As we gather here. How do we best acknowledge those who have passed on? It’s been just over four months since my mom died to this world of sensation and tangibility. We were finally able to hold her […]
The following is an excerpt from Radical Grace by S.T. Kimbrough. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Lessons Learned from Charles Wesley and S T Kimbrough, Jr. Methodism, in the beginning a movement among “the not well off,” became the exemplification of bourgeois Christianity. […]
With the gifts of the magi and the looting of the capitol, we experienced two contrasting Epiphanies this week — one in sacred time, the other quite ‘profane.’ Yet they might lead us each to a similar place of sacred pause: to dreams, signs in the heavens, intuitive gifts and obedience to magic — keeping […]
A conversation on mysticism, crisis, and the future(s) of Christianity with Carl McColman, Cassidy Dale, and Kevin Johnson.