From Generation to Generation: We Can Choose a Better Way
But think of those moments in your own life that take your breath away. That restore your faith in humanity, however briefly—as if it’s nothing… as if it isn’t everything.
The Weary World Rejoices
When God enters into the story of Mary and Joseph and the shepherds and the whole world, I can’t help but think of the words of John Sullivan Dwight in 1855 who wrote the English version of O Holy Night. When God enters in, when love comes local and Christ is born… “the weary world rejoices.”
What would this world look like were we to make of ourselves and our communities a home where strivings cease, where posturing is paused — and instead there is space for stillness and rest, space to simply be — to find rest in the God whose door is always open?