Healing, Organizing, and Faith

By Jenny Sung and Jessica Harren Jessica writes: #decolonizelutheranism is like breathing for me.  It is the place in the church that feels, looks, hears, and listens the most closely to the ways I imagine the kin-dom of God. — cisgender middle class white woman, bisexual,  lives with disability, Pastor, receptacle for the Holy Spirit […]

Base Communities: A Vessel for Healing and Decolonization – Francisco Herrera, M. Div., PhD student, LSTC

Communion Of Saints by Elise Ritter “After this I looked, and there was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, robed in white, with palm branches in their hands.” (Revelation 7:9) To give a brief overview of what […]

An Appeal to All Christians in the United States of America – Presented by the Lutheran Confessional Community of #decolonizeLutheranism on the day of the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump, 1/20/2017

(A re-setting of and tribute to The Barmen Declaration of 1934, presented as a reminder to the Churches of the United States on the inauguration day of Donald J. Trump) Through the vehicle of this blog post – the central leadership of #decolonizeLutheranism has come together to re-affirm their confession of faith and dedication to the one, […]