Bono, at a Georgetown University Global Social Enterprise Event, November 12, 2012: It’s not charity that fires us at the ONE Campaign or at RED. It’s justice–that’s what enflames us; and justice is a higher, tougher standard. This is hard work; I’m not going to soft-pedal it. … People are looking for clear simple melody […]
What a year! In the last twelve months at The District Church, I’ve: preached the first seven sermons of my life; continued to lead worship regularly; and led a small group that, over the course of three semesters, involved almost 50 people, and saw three new small groups start out of it this fall. But perhaps more gratifying is what’s happened […]
My last sermon, preached on July 17, was on Colossians 3:18-4:1–the “Wives, submit to your husbands” passage, and it was entitled, “Can We Make A Difference?” I’ll let you listen to it for yourselves if you haven’t already, but my main point was that oftentimes we wait for this or that situation or circumstance changes before we […]
Time sure flies, doesn’t it? Next week, I’ll have been serving as the Leadership Resident at The District Church for SIX MONTHS. If you’ve been following/reading along, you’ll know it’s definitely been an adventure—getting to be a part of all the amazing things God has been doing in our neighborhood, in our city, and especially […]
Pneumonia and diarrhea are two of the biggest killers of kids under 5 in developing countries, more than HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria COMBINED. Watch the video, sign the petition, save some lives. Please.