Eyes to See: A Journey Toward Liberation for All


By Jason Carson Wilson Life is brimming with epiphanies. However, rose-colored glasses can keep you from seeing and experiencing various realities. Due to a mixture of naïveté and microaggressions, looking at life through those rose-colored glasses kept me from seeing the truth — all people identifying as men, women, and gender non-conforming aren’t treated equally. … Continue reading Eyes to See: A Journey Toward Liberation for All

Eyes to See: Untangling & the Journey Forward


By Tonetta Landis-Aina As I enter another New Year and consider with care the habits I want to break and the habits I want to build, I’m struck by one quirk I tend to repeat without thinking. I have the terrible tendency of harassing people who knit. In truth, while my quirk may not quite … Continue reading Eyes to See: Untangling & the Journey Forward

Eyes to See: The “Already” and “Not Yet” of Shalom


Twelve days ago, we celebrated the birth of Jesus. The announcement of “good news of great joy for all the people” comes with a visible “sign.” In the case of the birth narrative in Luke 2, we see “a child wrapped in bands of cloth and lying in a manger.” We celebrate this moment as … Continue reading Eyes to See: The “Already” and “Not Yet” of Shalom

Wholehearted Advent: The Way of Peace


On our journey through this season of longing for the coming Deliverer, we: cry out, giving voice to the suffering experienced under injustice; lift up those groans to the God who promises to be-there, demanding liberation; dare to celebrate the moments of light and life breaking through the darkness. In these last days of Advent, … Continue reading Wholehearted Advent: The Way of Peace