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

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

Wholehearted Advent: Groaning & Hope


Advent is the season of the Christian liturgical year that plunges us into expectation and longing for a Messiah – both remembering the coming of Jesus celebrated at Christmas and looking forward to the promised second coming at the end of the age. In remembering and looking forward, we journey through this dark time (often … Continue reading Wholehearted Advent: Groaning & Hope