Reading

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  • By Glennon Doyle
    From WorshipWeb
    People who embrace and harness their anger are people who demand change.
  • By Austin Channing Brown
    From WorshipWeb
    My faith was born in the Black church, but growing up I also was constantly surrounded by white Evangelicalism. I’ve been around whiteness a long time, and in all kinds of different denominations. I’ve seen them all. ...
  • By Ibram X Kendi
    From WorshipWeb
    If I could somehow shape the world, we would eradicate the term 'not racist.' It would force people to recognize that they’re either racist or anti-racist.
  • By Hope Jahren
    From WorshipWeb
    When you go into a forest you probably tend to look up at the plants that have grown so much taller than you ever could. You probably don’t look down, where just beneath your single footprint sits between one hundred and one thousand seeds, each one alive and waiting.
  • By Chris Rothbauer
    From WorshipWeb
    The first time I was told that I was too queer to be a congregation's minister, they asked, "What will the neighbors think?,” as if it were the most natural question in the world. ...
  • By Stephanie Noble
    From WorshipWeb
    Do not be afraid of the darkness. ...
  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    From WorshipWeb
    What matters more is that we are willing to live our lives in the shape of what is being asked, not hope that what we are asked to do will fit the shape of our lives.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt, Becky Brooks
    From WorshipWeb
    When we study history, we learn that freedom is rarely freedom for all, and is more often freedom for some at the expense of others. At times, we’re called to surrender some of our freedom in order to serve The Whole.
  • By Jen Hatmaker
    From WorshipWeb
    All of us love poorly at some point, and infusing our community with ownership and repentance is contagious. Say you’re sorry. Ask forgiveness. This leads not only to stronger relationships but to better humans, and this world needs better humans.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    From WorshipWeb
    In her 1975 theological treatise Suffering, German liberation theologian Dorothee Söelle* examines the ways that suffering can knit humans beings closer together, and can draw us more fully into the process of loving. She uses the term apatheia, “the inability to suffer,” to describe the...