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Tag Archives: belonging

Whom Does the Grail Serve?

 

The Fisher King

The journey to happiness involves finding the courage to go into ourselves and take responsibility for what’s there. Continue Reading The Fisher King

A New Fearlessness

The awareness of being a child of God tends to stabilize the ego and results in a new courage, fearlessness, and power. Continue Reading A New Fearlessness

Everyone Belongs: Weekly Summary

The gospel is before all else a call to live differently, so that life can be shared with others. Continue Reading Everyone Belongs: Weekly Summary

Fellowship for All

Fellowship is based on a deep belief that everyone matters, everyone is welcome, and everyone is loved. Continue Reading Fellowship for All

The Integrity of Love

What a distortion of the gospel it is to have limited sympathies and unlimited certainties. Continue Reading The Integrity of Love

No One Is Expendable

How you treat other human beings is how you treat Jesus. Continue Reading No One Is Expendable

A Welcoming Table

Jesus refuses to divide the world into the pure and the impure, much to the chagrin of almost everybody—then and now. Continue Reading A Welcoming Table

Goodness Exposed

Jesus refuses to divide the world into the pure and the impure, much to the chagrin of almost everybody—then and now. Continue Reading Goodness Exposed

God Loves Imperfect Things

Those who don’t have anything to prove or protect believe they are loved as they are. Continue Reading God Loves Imperfect Things

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