So, together let us seek what has been lost. Let us search for what seems so lost nowadays: compassion, gentleness, justice, and basic human decency. Let us do the work of discipleship by celebrating together, with radical abundance, when what has been lost has been found.
When you think that Christian faith has no place in challenging the tyrants of the world, read the book of Exodus, and be uplifted by its story that tells us that God’s ultimate design for creation will not be thwarted by the likes of men like Pharaoh.
So, let’s remove the stigma, shall we? Doubt is not something to be ashamed of, it’s something to learn from. The largest moments of learning in my life have been during times of my deepest doubt. Without doubt, I believe there can be no true faith. Faith is about living with doubt, not pretending it doesn’t exist.