Dangerous Act: Living and Bankrupt

So far, we have talked about the importance of paying attention, seeing, and naming and how all of those speak to the injustices of our hearts. In today’s post, we take a look at our freedom to act. “We come to the subject of acting at this point not because it is sequentially the lastContinue reading “Dangerous Act: Living and Bankrupt”

Loving Your Neighbor is an Act of Humility

As I have been reviewing Mark Labberton’s book, The Dangerous Act of Loving Your Neighbor, I was reminded again that the acts of seeing, perceiving, and naming can either be humble or prideful. So I wanted to share a few passages about what the Bible says concerning our humble interactions with each other: “All ofContinue reading “Loving Your Neighbor is an Act of Humility”

Dangerous Act: Injustice and The Problem of Misperceiving

Part 2: Seeing Chapter 3: The Problem of Misperceiving People in desperate circumstances do desperate things and rationalize each step along the way. – Mark Labberton  On Saturday, I attended a seminar on the Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary Charlotte campus where discussed the topic: Rich Church, Poor Church: Exploring Affluence and Poverty within the AmericanContinue reading “Dangerous Act: Injustice and The Problem of Misperceiving”