Tag Archives: Black Lives Matter


Sometimes Seminary can leave you emotionally drained, and still thoughtfully remaining with the Holy Spirit as to what God is calling you to next. We often joke about the bubble here at Seminary but this past week, it exploded.

So now what do we do?  


Selma: 50 years later and Our Responsibility, Our Call, Our March Continues

Christ Has Risen! Now there is Work to be Done

“Remember those who are in prison, as though you were in prison with them; those who are being tortured, as though you yourselves were being tortured”

Easter Sunday morning has come and gone…

Senzeni na?

Lent is tucked away once more until next year, 

What have we done?

The layers seemingly have slipped off our eyes as scales

Senzeni na?

We become mindful of the pain and suffering that sometimes even, seeps into this bubble

What have we done?

This past weekend, LSTC seminarians and alumni joined a throng of a thousand people of faith-

Baptist, Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Episcopalian and Lutheran

Clergy, students and laity

who can not ignore Hebrews 13:3

striving to lift our voices, to Hold that Note..for ending mass incarceration

moving, breathing, being the church for our immigrant sisters and brothers

fighting because we have been cradled in the Creator God’s Hands

because we have witnessed the power of the resurrection

because we are footstep followers of Jesus Christ..

God’s Peace.