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March 30, 2021
Carry That Weight
God-hauntedness has run like a dark thread through my life. Alongside a quietly intense religious upbringing there was the constant presence of the...
March 16, 2021
The Pearl, the Cello, the Iceberg
The pandemic pares us down to the essentials. What can we live without, what can we do without and still have a life? What is of value, even that...
March 02, 2021
The Spirit Catches Us and We Rise
When our spirit responds to the Spirit, when we open up to all that God promises, we feel ourselves to be children of God. If, after that, we feel...
February 26, 2021
Psalm 88 (NKJV)
We should never stop believing in God’s mercy and forgiveness. Never stop reading when you are depressed. Read on!
Roland J. Hill
February 25, 2021
Black Grace — Part 2
But for Black people, what does the Incarnation of God look like as it confronts systems and ideologies designed not just to subjugate, but to...
February 17, 2021
Dr. Hilgert’s Chess Table
This chess table, or the memory of it, became associated with other memories, dreams, fantasies, and concepts as time has passed. These accretions...
February 12, 2021
Our Lady at the Well
In most sermons I have listened to, the woman at the well is usually introduced as a loser — five and a half husbands, no lady friends (women usually...
Roland J. Hill
February 09, 2021
Black Grace — Part 1
Grace in black is not a theory, but a lived experience. For many Christians, grace is simply a covering and a badge, but for oppressed people, grace...
February 02, 2021
Three Prose Poems in Winter
How do you stop people like that? What do you count as success? And when do you decide that enough is enough? The jail break should have been a tip-...
January 20, 2021
“I Was Hungry…”
After we arrived in Naikara, I quickly noticed the long line of people waiting to see the doctor or the dentist. Oh no, I thought, we won’t have...
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