The concept of feeling good seems borderline offensive on a day when we have woken up to news of another mass shooting, half a world away in a place of worship. On days like these (and there are far too many of them), it’s important to be reminded that good things are happening, people are good and there are reasons to smile.
This is how faith community is done right. People helping and inviting in other (and different) faith communities.
The best show on television is back with season three on Netflix TODAY! You will not find a better showing of love, grace, acceptance and encouragement anywhere on the small screen.
This may not resonate with everyone, but I feel I’ve found a kindred spirit in this congresswoman who wore mismatched shoes all day.
A personal trainer on the spectrum saw the need for a gym that catered to folks with special needs–so he opened one.
I have been following this story for awhile, and the new girl-designed Steph Curry shoe hit stores on International Women’s Day.
Fear not, y’all. Sixteen-year-old Greta Thunberg is going to save the world.
Get some rest. Connect with people in person. Talk to God. Renew and restore for there is work to be done, but you need to be healthy and whole in order to do it.
Anne Russ is an ordained pastor in the PCUSA. If you are looking for an inclusive, progressive Christian community, check out what we’re creating at Doubting Believer.