Living Lutheran Stories – February 6, 2018

Confessing racism

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I was about 10 years old, standing in the kitchen, hanging around as bratty sisters do, and listening to my parents talk to my 15-year-old sister. The only words I remember are my mother’s. � … continue
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3 things church taught me about race relations

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When I was 10 years old, my family switched congregations, and it was an event that changed my life forever. I started my life at an all-black Lutheran congregation in Cleveland where I was. … continue
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Encounter the grace of God

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Several years ago, I picked up Sharon Garlough Brown’s Sensible Shoes (IVP, 2013). The back cover promised that it would blend ancient spiritual practices with contemporary life using fiction. I … continue
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