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Inviting thoughts on – Session 2: PHILOSOPHY/THEOLOGY

‘The Way Station’ is a space where many of us ask serious questions about our spiritual journey. It’s a safe space where people are welcome to ask big, deep, and often uncomfortable questions about theology, philosophy and spirituality - and encourage and build each other up, as we explore those questions together.

What you seek is seeking you. ― Jalaluddin Rumi

Talking about God for fun

When you are absolutely confounded by the meanness of people, that’s a moment when you are close to God, or so I was told by someone who has tried to tease out a relevance for Christian mythology in our post-God... Continue Reading →

Celebrating LGBT Pride Means Showing Love Actionably

The summer has become one of my favorite seasons because it offers lots of opportunities for me to show love for and towards people within the LGBT community at various Pride celebrations. As a straight ally, I’ve often felt like... Continue Reading →

Identity, Community and Church

There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female; for all of you are one in Christ Jesus." Galatians 3, 28 "I saw how solidarity and connection grew... Continue Reading →

It’s Friday in the Way Station, and time for a chat…

Friday in the Way Station has been BLOG UPDATE DAY for a while. Each week we've all cheered loudly, chimed our glasses together, and eaten ice cream. (In virtual terms, a wild party is only ever 12 keyboard taps away,... Continue Reading →

“We must be ready to allow ourselves to be interrupted by God.” ― Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Tech Savvy Theology 

HELLO WORLD! So I'm fresh out of studying theology. I've been on this endeavor for about the past 4.5 years and literally I'm in it everyday. So I'm straight up done with that conjecture war and moving on to computer... Continue Reading →

“We must never underestimate our power to be wrong when talking about God, when thinking about God, when imagining God, whether in prose or in poetry. A generous orthodoxy, in contrast to the tense, narrow, or controlling orthodoxies of so... Continue Reading →

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