WHEN THE CRY FOR JUSTICE IS NOT ENOUGH
When people of varying perspectives demand “rights”, what is the catalyst that builds bridges for justice, equity, and compassion in human relations? Does Rabbi Jesus’ parable of a rich man, whose harvest was too abundant to fit in his barns, provide universal clues? K. E. Bailey provides a unique insight in his book, Poet and Peasant AND Through Peasant Eyes: A Literary-Cultural Approach to the Parables in Luke.
Carol Hackbardt served Calvary and Zion United Methodist Churches in Door County (2004-2011) before she retired after 32 years of ministry. She enjoys multicultural and interfaith understanding, friends, yoga, kayaking, hiking, and simple meals with purposeful conversation.
Music: Gerri Friedberg, piano, and Dottie Gerrits, flute
Service Leader: Phil Hansotia