Real knowledge, according to Paul, is that all human knowledge is partial and evolving while the very best of knowledge knows there’s “no failure in love.”
Bishop Wright and Jeff discuss the relationship between wealth, faith, and the immense power of partnership in addressing societal issues. Jeff also brings to light the impact of socially responsible investing by sharing the history of the 1980s divestment movement, which initiated a pivotal shift in the perspective of investment returns.
In this very special episode of For People, Bishop Wright has a conversation with Archbishop Hosam E. Naoum, the Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem. His jurisdiction covers Palestine, Israel, The Westbank, and other territories and states.
Bishop Wright and Bishop Bob Fitzpatrick discuss leadership in the face of adversity, scripture that equips us during times of sorrow, and the outpouring of love in the form of resources and letters from the mainland in the wake of the fire. God is with us in the grief!
Bishop Wright has a conversation with The Rev. Becca Stevens about her pilgrimage to Nepal, the work of Thistle Farms, and how wounds and healing can bring forth God’s beauty into the world.
Bishop Wright had a conversation with Bishop Frank Logue, Bishop of The Episcopal Diocese of Georgia about life, as we see it, not being about measuring up, but realizing as Christians Jesus has assured us we are enough and our call is to use our faith for God’s goodness.
God didn’t need the murder of his son to appease his wrath. But God does know that we don’t really learn deeply until after we have destroyed something precious.
Progress with God and for God is always one part tradition, one part scripture, and one part courageous humble experiment.
“Increase our faith,” is what Jesus’ friends requested of him. A daring request don’t you think? Especially, given what they’d seen of Jesus’ faith life!