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Newest member of the family. - http://www.flickr.com/photos...
Newest member of the family.
One of my new favorite spots. - http://www.flickr.com/photos...
One of my new favorite spots.
Looking forward to reading this book on Paul by a #Quaker named Sarah Ruden. - http://www.flickr.com/photos...
Looking forward to reading this book on Paul by a #Quaker named Sarah Ruden.
Having fun going through old photos. - http://www.flickr.com/photos...
Having fun going through old photos.
Happy to be back writing and #sketchnote preaching! - http://www.flickr.com/photos...
Happy to be back writing and #sketchnote preaching!
Decided to scrap a James McClendon quote in favor of a Peggy Morrison one. #miraclemotors - http://www.flickr.com/photos...
Decided to scrap a James McClendon quote in favor of a Peggy Morrison one. #miraclemotors
Dan Mangan - Road Regrets We’ll drive until the gas is gone And then walk until our feet are torn Crawl until we feed the soil Film the whole thing It’s all business in the left hand lane Drive there and then drive back again Escape can be the only way To escape So I’ve gotten used to coffee sweats Still getting used to road regrets Hell, I took... - http://wess.tumblr.com/post...
How to compose a successful critical commentary: You should attempt to re-express your target’s position so clearly, vividly, and fairly that your target says, “Thanks, I wish I’d thought of putting it that way. You should list any points of agreement (especially if they are not matters of general or widespread agreement). You should mention... - http://wess.tumblr.com/post...
I was interviewed for the podcast “sermon smith” about what it means for me to be a Quaker preacher and how I use #sketchnotes in my preparation. http://sermonsmith.com/wess-da... - http://wess.tumblr.com/post...
I was interviewed for the podcast “sermon smith” about what it means for me to be a Quaker preacher and how I use #sketchnotes in my preparation. http://sermonsmith.com/wess-daniels/
The option of the poor forces us to be honest - http://wess.tumblr.com/post...
if we become more concerned with policing the boundaries of the Christian tradition than exemplifying the Christian tradition, we can easily lose our post-partisan character. Any tradition will have boundaries, and any tradition can (and should) argue about those boundaries, yet as Christians we do so as a peaceable community. Therefore, we might... - http://wess.tumblr.com/post...
Alex Haley: Can you recall any mistakes you’ve made in leading the movement? Martin Luther King, Jr.: Well, the most pervasive mistake I have made was in believing that because our cause was just, we could be sure that the white ministers of the South, once their Christian consciences were challenged, would rise to our aid. I felt that white... - http://wess.tumblr.com/post...
theologyjones: christel-thoughts: Eric Garner (July 17) John Crawford (Aug 5) Michael Brown (Aug 9) Armand Bennett (Aug 10) Ezell Ford (Aug 11) Dante Parker (Aug 12) We have names. - http://wess.tumblr.com/post...
If I define my neighbor as the one I must go out to look for, on the highways and byways, in the factories and slums, on the farms and in the mines - then my world changes. This is what is happening with the ‘option for the poor,’ for in the gospel it is the poor person who is the neighbor par excellence. The poor person does not exist as an... - http://wess.tumblr.com/post...
You took my son away from me. Do you know how hard it was for me to get him to stay in school and graduate? You know how many black men graduate? Not many. Because you bring them down to this type of level, where they feel like they don’t got nothing to live for anyway. ‘They’re going to try to take me out anyway.’ - http://wess.tumblr.com/post...
For What Must Have Seemed Like a Really Long and Drawn Out Slumber (Jonah 3) - http://gatheringinlight.com/2014...
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