Reflection #13: Divine Proximity

Reading: Luke 13 When I first saw Jesus three shops down from my office, he was just another victim of our capatalist driven society. I didn't know his story, but by looking at him it wasn't hard to guess. The city is filled with Jesus and his whānau, people who have been abandoned in the … Continue reading Reflection #13: Divine Proximity

Reflection #12: Learnings From The Poor / A.J. Hendry

Reading: Luke 12 "Seek the Kingdom..." What is it like to be told to sell what you have when you have nothing? We live in a capatalist and consumeristic society. A society that conditions us to take, to gather, to hold on to things, yet Jesus challenges us to live in a differently. Don't take, … Continue reading Reflection #12: Learnings From The Poor / A.J. Hendry

Reflection #10: It’s Hard to Love Those we Don’t know / A.J. Hendry

Reading: Luke 10 "You must... Love your neighbor as yourself." When Jesus is asked to interpret the Law, He responds by instructing his listener's to Love God, and to Love ones nieghbour. When asked who is our neighbor, Jesus shares the story of a man who was excluded, rejected, and marginalized, and of another, who … Continue reading Reflection #10: It’s Hard to Love Those we Don’t know / A.J. Hendry