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Posted: September 20, 2023
The waters cleanse us with his gentle touch.
And here he shows the full extent of love 
To us whose love is always incomplete,
Though we betray him, though it is the night, 
Posted: September 20, 2023

September 30th 2023 is the second time Canada will mark a National Day of Truth and Reconciliation.

Posted: September 18, 2023

I have the privilege of listening to a lot of pastors and worship leaders. I hear their joys and we give thanks. I hear what breaks their heart and mine breaks too. This reflective narrative comes from listening and learning.

Posted: September 15, 2023

I had a friend in my twenties that had a knack for getting himself arrested. As a rule-follower, child of immigrants and an immigrant, getting arrested is something I try to avoid.

Posted: September 13, 2023

Christ, you met him on the shore.
Guiding them to better waters,
eating fish and sharing bread -
you showed Peter and the others:
You were risen from the dead!

Posted: September 11, 2023

Dear Do Justice readers and co-labourers in the sacred call of justice, peace and reconciliation.

Posted: September 8, 2023

Just this past week, I heard a colleague of mine - a missionary for an international Christian agency based in Jerusalem - tell how he was spat upon when coming out of a worship service in the Old City of Jerusalem.

Posted: September 6, 2023

So they took a canoe out onto the lake.  Under the light of the moon and stars they worked hard all night.  Again and again they threw out their nets and drew them back in - empty.  Just as the first light of day was dawning, Creator Sets Free (Je

Posted: September 4, 2023

Haitian immigrants and denationalized Dominicans of Haitian ancestry in the Dominican Republic are under constant threat of being deported.