Alan reflects on recent events surrounding Canadian Residential schools and targeted shootings and asks, “Where do we look for hope?” He shares a story of a friend that gives us some clues about what this hope looks like.
Alan reflects on his own disturbance around growing anti-Asian hate and how he continues to be shaped by a new imagination. He recommends listening to this year’s Fuller Seminary Payton Lecture with Willie Jennings.
Alan responds to the growing anxiety he is seeing amongst clergy. There is an invitation to lay down these growing anxieties in a proper confidence that God is at work.
Alan Roxburgh reflects on going back to “normal”. He shares concerns and what might, in fact, be possible.
Alan address the questions he’s hearing about how we can’t just “return to normal” in our churches. There is a call to be “Luke 10” people.