The Antidote to Indifference
I recently encountered a stranger who spontaneously proclaimed to me that she was a “peace, love, and Nelson Mandela” kind of person. She briefly bemoaned the recent strife in the world and the problem of religion. She shared her belief that people need to be “more connected” to others’ feelings. Then we parted company in a rush, politely. It was one of those chance encounters you pray about.
Go and Make Disciples
It is true. We are often disconnected from one another’s experiences. Whereas freedom of religion and public discourse are vital to principles of American democracy, the disconnectedness we suffer is