Responsibility

This list includes every page tagged with "Responsibility."

  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    From Braver/Wiser
    If two is the smallest number in ethics, it's also the smallest seed of certainty; the way not to get lost. Because the ultimate test, when the fear and grief finally give way to clarity, is knowing ourselves by how well we cared for one another.
  • By Nancy McDonald Ladd
    From WorshipWeb
    If God’s name is love, then God compels us to resist the fall to sinful violence by pushing back with muscular resolve against the social structures that confine our capacity to care. A universalist God for a tragic era is not a gauzy, hymn-singing force of personal devotion that draws us...
  • By Katie Romano Griffin
    From Braver/Wiser
    If we aren’t willing to ask the important, uncomfortable, and even scary questions, we won’t get to larger and deeper truths.
  • By Amanda Schuber
    From WorshipWeb
    May we never forget the courage it takes to lead the way forward.
  • By Lyn Cox
    From WorshipWeb
    Spirit of Life, Source of Love, you who know our struggles and failures as well as we know them ourselves, be with us as we enter into this time of reflection. Give us the courage to travel through a moral inventory of our lives, to notice the places where we have missed opportunities to live our...
  • By Rebekah Savage
    From Braver/Wiser
    This is the beauty and sparkle of spiritual communities: needs arise and beloveds appear to ask, “How can I help?” There’s no fixed timeline, just the spiritual practices of generosity and stewardship.
  • 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 Ashley Horan
    From WorshipWeb
    My four-year-old daughter has taught me this lesson: ...
  • By Kate R. Walker
    From WorshipWeb
    For the waters that give us daily life, from Arctic ice to beaches and small streams, from lofty cloud to precious cup at our lips, we remember our dependence.
  • By Myke Johnson
    From WorshipWeb
    Don’t try to steal someone else’s culture. Do your own spiritual work. Research the stories of your ancestors. Trace the journeys that brought them to the land where you now reside. Learn the stories of their brokenness and their connections.