Friday, December 5, 2014

#Advent & #Ferguson IV

This week I will post resources, articles, and my own thoughts relating to the events in Ferguson, MO (Staten Island, Cleveland, & others) and what it might mean for all of us in the USA and in Monroe.

Advent is a good time to take up the deep work of engaging racism and other issues that divide us. Advent is a time for waiting with hope. Christ was born in the midst of a divided and violent society.
Reflecting on what has happened, here are some faithful responses I have found most  helpful:

A Poem

A Reflection on 1 Corinthians 6

A Prayer from a Rabbi

Church Prays At Altar With Local Police Following Ferguson Decision

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