Tagged with social justice

Who Is My Edina Neighbor?

Who Is My Edina Neighbor?

“Who is my neighbor?” It’s an eternal question and we don’t always like the answer because it can be challenging. Our neighbor could include the stranger, the broken, the enemy. But maybe that relationship is precisely the one that could surprise us the most. Last night I spent nearly five hours at the City Hall … Continue reading

How Companies Should Respond II: Government Edition

How Companies Should Respond II: Government Edition

Last week I wrote about Minute Maid’s clever, Ghostbusters reference-laden response to my request to bring back Ecto-Cooler. Seems like it’s not only corporations who are giving out clever responses. So is the government. In December, a petition of a required 25,000+ names went forward to the White House to ask them to build a … Continue reading

Follow My Friends in South Africa This Month

Follow My Friends in South Africa This Month

A group of dear friends and former seminary colleagues are in South Africa for approximately three weeks on a global justice journey. These trips are not mission trips in that they’re not doing service projects and recovery construction (awesome mission trips!) nor going specifically to convert people to a particular brand of Christianity (not my … Continue reading