The Effects of Justice Work

Jimmy SchambachJustice

Dietrich Bonhoeffer once said, “We are not to simply bandage the wounds of victims beneath the wheels of injustice, we are to drive a spoke into the wheel itself.” What we often see in our … Read More

A Taste Of Grace

Jim SchambachDaily Living

William Paul Young, the author of The Shack, was at the Best Western in Harrisburg in early March of this year. Our friends, Tom Kaden and Mike Gingerich, invited us to attend their banquet sponsored … Read More

Who Cares About Injustice?

Jim SchambachJustice

Charlie Hebdo and the massacre of 12 satirical cartoonists, 2 police officers, and 3 Jewish shoppers rightfully brought the world to Paris. It was more than a terroristic threat; it is a threat to a … Read More

Migrations Of The Holy: Part 1

Jimmy SchambachReligion

“Migrations of the Holy” is a term coined by British Historian John Bossy, and used as the title of a book by William Cavanaugh. The book by Cavanaugh will be my “dialogue” partner as I … Read More