The Gospel can be summed as simply as, “For God so loved...” Jesus too told us that he came out of abundance of love so that we might have life and have it abundantly.
In turn, Christians are bound by two commands. The first is to love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, and mind. The second is to love our neighbors as ourselves (Lev. 19:18; Deut. 6:4-7; Matt. 22:37). In other words, life is abundant when the love we receive we return and we share, loving God, ourselves, our neighbors.
No Ordinary Life explores this Way of life.
I engage love of God - I explore our sacred stories in Scripture, the activity of God in history and today, the presence of God in community and in my life and yours.
I engage love of self - I explore the bodies we inhabit, the days we live, the stories of harm and healing we embody.
I engage love of neighbor - I host hard conversations about (in)justice, spiritual abuse, church hypocrisy.
I aim to create a space that is curious and compassionate, where doubt, fear, questions, grief, and rage are all a part of the faithful life.
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