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Daniel MacLachlan Nov 2
It has been great talking about all things gospel and social justice at , but the defeaning silence on LGBT issues is tangible. We have more work to do church.
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Andrea Mann Nov 1
let’s work on accessibility language and issues!
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Nate Tubbs Nov 2
Retributive justice asks, "What wrongs were done and what punishment does it deserve?" Restorative [Biblical] justice asks, "What wounds were created and how can they be healed?"
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ProfaneFaith Nov 4
Some good theology and profanity coming this week!! Get ready!!!!
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Erina Kim-Eubanks Nov 2
When you don’t deal with the narratives that fuel a system, the system will keep repeating itself.
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Lillian Arjona Nov 2
“If today's church does not recapture the sacrificial spirit of the early church, it will lose its authenticity, forfeit the loyalty of millions, and be dismissed as an irrelevant social club with no meaning for the twentieth century.” MLK
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Angie Hong Nov 7
Public confession grounded in contrition leads to true reconciliation and doesn’t start with “IF”
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Marie Moy Nov 2
So thrilled to hear from ⁦⁩ at
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Jaclyn Wallen Nov 2
As someone who is still recovering from the wounds of sexism and ageism from a "Christian" organization I applaud the bravery of these women for speaking up.
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Lydia Vander Stelt Nov 3
y’all get angry & taken aback by profanity but wonder why younger generations are leaving the church? Ah that’s right. Focusing on what offended you allows you to suppress the truth. You know the truth. You heard it and saw it. But go ahead do your privileged thing.
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Irene M. Cho Nov 4
If you're a PoC fighting systemic racism, but thn turn arnd & protect abusers, esp w the reason of skin color, you're playing into the exact power structures tht hold up white supremacy. You're complicit in abuse of power and you need to lay tht at the feet of Jesus
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Esperanza Gene Nov 3
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. 😂😂😭
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Karen González Nov 2
Jesus, Mary, and Joseph fled to North Africa as undocumented immigrants—I’m glad there wasn’t a wall or we may not have had a savior. Otis Moss |
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Sean Michael Watkins Nov 3
Given what is happening in our nation under 46-1 and what what was witnessed at , it is further confirmation that women will be leading our current and next generation into the next chapter of health and life.
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Greg Jarrell Nov 3
Still kinda new to CCDA, but have noted that some of the "family" language seems to be used to try to paper over what is not a family issue, but an institutional one.
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Lisa Trevino Cummins Nov 1
I am 2 hours into the 2 day conference - it’s like drinking from this .....
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Nilwona Nov 2
Theres a difference between preaching Jesus and preaching what Jesus preached. - Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III
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Erina Kim-Eubanks Nov 2
I consider myself a generally gracious and bridge-building person but watching @NoelCCDA use the speaker platform to emotionally manipulate, shift blame, avoid the real issue, gain pity, and defer responsibility at is both angering and sad. Mercy.
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Tasha Taylor Nov 2
Man...this day...so glad to stand with the former staff of CCDA, and literally cannot believe what unraveled on stage. CCDA conference goers you definitely got a glimpse into the problem.
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Katelyn Beaty Nov 1
“When you look at the way the death penalty is practiced, it’s not the guiltiest of the guilty who are executed but the poorest of the poor.”
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