Join us on March 12 for a discussion on "The Cross and the Lynching Tree" by James H. Cone with guest conversation partners Maury Jackson, DMin, associate professor of Practical Theology at La Sierra University and Chris Oberg, lead pastor at La Sierra University Church.
They warned / of punishment and penalty, of exile, / and of a Sovereign Lord who could and would restore, / leading with cords of human kindness, / changing knots to ties of love...
The Fairness for All Act creates what should be an untenable compromise. This legislation asks the LGBTQ+ community to accept a second-class status that is better than the one they hold now, instead of the equality they deserve.
Kim Allan Johnson
It is sometimes felt that schools need to choose between either emphasizing personal growth or academic rigor, but that is a false dichotomy. The correct answer is both/and. Personal growth happens when in-depth content is taught using transformative methods.