God in the Concrete

I was lucky enough to go to a thought-provoking conference, God in the Concrete today, a gathering of Think Tanks who have been talking about about enabling churches to become safe places and sanctuaries for young people once more. It was inspiring to hear Sam Wells apply his book The Nazareth Manifesto to the theology of … Continue reading God in the Concrete


Tongues of rage Lick the heads of those gathered, No longer together In that one place. You are not welcome here. The spirit of your heart does not Quake in time with ours. And you wear the wrong clothes. Go home.   I thought I saw your mouth open As the drones came that day … Continue reading Pentecost