Spaces of Accountability

I was reading my daily email from Richard Rohr today, when a phrase jumped out at me I’d never heard expressed before. “We need relationships of accountability – spaces where we listen” (Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, 2018). Immediately something inside me stirred. This is what we are missing. This is what we need. Of course this isContinue reading “Spaces of Accountability”

Jumbled Up and Learning to Listen

Black Lives Matter is all over our news space again. Here in the UK at protests over the weekend, a prominent statue of a slave trader in Bristol was pulled down and thrown into the harbour. Thousands have ignored social distancing and have come together to cry out for change. The tensions are overwhelming. It’sContinue reading “Jumbled Up and Learning to Listen”