It was apparent by the look on her face that she was bewildered by the scenario that was playing out in front of her. Preparing myself for what I thought might come next, I waited patiently for her to move to some sense of comprehension. “Wait, aren’t you the Bishop?” “Why, yes, I am a … More Reflecting on Our Labor
“Time heals,” the saying goes. However, as a therapist once said to me, when we neglect to do the work of accountability, repentance, reconciliation and healing, it’s like leaving dishes unwashed in the sink. The longer you let it go, the harder it is to clean the mess. I believe this work is the Way of … More Doing the Work
As I sat listening to him share his story, I found myself becoming more and more agitated. The tale he was telling, was, in fact, a tale. Not hyperbole, not creative license, but rather, a full re-write of how the situation took place. I reminded myself of one of the principles that I try to … More Who are you listening to?