My assumption was that, during an asthma attack, the core issue is that you can’t breathe–hang with me–specifically that you can’t inhale. The airway constricts leaving the sufferer unable to breathe in the oxygen that is required to keep them, well, alive.
These are our issues to sort, not our children’s. We must respond to these situations and issues in ways that create a world that is a just, generous, and equitable place for future generations.
Palm Sunday is about a different vision for the world, marked by justice, compassion, and peace, instead of injustice, oppression, and violence. Holy Week begins by asking us to choose which world we will live in.
One of the things I love most about the Bible is that after almost thirty-eight years it continues to surprise me.
This week I was so fortunate to chat with Diana Butler Bass. It’s a wide-ranging conversation, but we do talk about her new book, Grateful, which is a must read. For more on Diana, or to buy her new book, click here. Listen to “Diana…
So thrilled to chat with Brian McLaren for this week’s The Space Between podcast. We talk the Bible, politics, even toilet repair. Give it a listen and a share! Listen to “Brian McLaren” on Spreaker.
I had such a blast recording this week’s episode! Melissa is doing amazing work at Imaginarium and I think this interview will strike a chord with anyone who grew up in an Evagelicalish church and has been on a journey of deconstruction and reforming…