A Hymn Offered for the Celebration and Dedication of Grace Church Cathedral, Charleston, April 10, 2016

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Grace descends on God’s beloved,
Never failing, now we sing.
Living out our pilgrim calling,
Walking with our wounded King.
Gather now your faithful people,
Mold us in your love shaped grasp.
Lead our steps with holy longing,
As we’ve known in ages past. Continue reading

Eyes Opened: The Charleston Hospital Workers movement, 1968-69

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Martin Luther King Jr., was a prophet and poet who moved people with his vision and his words. A prophet sees things that others cannot see. He then describes what he sees and it comes to life. Such was King:

“There comes a time when people get tired of being trampled by oppression. There comes a time when people get tired of being plunged into the abyss of exploitation and nagging injustice.” Continue reading

A hurried email

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I have to tell you this right now! I am not submitting my “forgiveness” article for publication. I am submitting this email to you to say thank YOU! Earlier this week, I read the call for submissions and thought, “Who am I to write an article? Nothing so horrific has happened to me. I have had all the slights in life, but nothing so big and bad.” I blew the call off. Continue reading