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The Rev. Richard Goeres

Speaking the Truth in Love

Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23

14th Sunday after Pentecost - Year B

August 30, 2015

The Rev. Richard Goeres (ELCA)

"Well, it's like you said--the good news is that we're all sinners, right?"

My friend's active listening skills provided just the mirror I needed to realize that my own feeble witness to the Gospel had landed a bit askew.

We had been talking about black and white race relations in America, a couple of young white clergy grabbing a quick dinner before heading to a local gathering called, "Doing our own work: white people working to end racism."

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The Rev. John Gunn

Are You Your Brothers Keeper?

The Rev. John Gunn (other)

This episode of Be Still And Know addresses racism. The Rev. John R. Gunn writes, "You are not your brother's keeper. You are your brother's brother and that is an entirely different relationship. It's more beautiful, more sacred and a more responsible relationship."

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The Rev. Eric C. Shafer Transcript

August 29, 2010

How Open Is Our Table?

The Rev. Eric Shafer (ELCA)

In responding to Jesus' teaching on hospitality in Luke 14, notes that welcoming is not an easy task, and welcoming someone who is clearly different from us presents additional challenges. How are we to fulfill Christ's call to be hospitable?

The Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow Article

August 19, 2010

The Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow: Why We Must Keep Talking About Race

The Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow (PCUSA)

The Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow writes, "We must keep talking about race and how we engage the conversation because how we live impacts the ability for people of color to, in my tradition, fully live into who God intends them to be." Read on...
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Stereotyping - Day1 Diner with Rev. Otis Moss III

All the people like us are we- And everybody else is they. - Rudyard Kipling, Author and Poet
The Rev. Dr. Barbara K. Lundblad Transcript

January 20, 2002

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The Rev. Dr. Barbara K. Lundblad (ELCA)

The Rev. Barbara K. Lundblad in a sermon on the world and Martin Luther King JR.