Every time we think we have come to a breaking point, our people push past the barrier. For this, we give thanks to the Holy Spirit.
Maybe, now that President Trump has washed his hands of the environment and justified it with economic prosperity, we can learn to wash the feet of our neighbor and our world.
When used hand in hand, fasting and feasting serve to remind us always of the liminal space we inhabit.
As we baked our bread and our stories, we learned to listen, share, draw the circle even wider, and nourish one another while being sustained by God.
This Lent, I have been humbled by the way Jesus serves a meal to his enemy as a model of the extent to which Jesus’ followers must love.