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I confess I have felt defensive about my religion. I have wished denominational boundaries would stop cutting me off from useful relations with those of other religious beliefs. Thanks to a new idea about denominations, I can respect others and feel better respected within my denominational family.
I couldn’t help wonder if I was thought of as an insider or outsider. I was comforted to realize Christians all around me in that room were pondering the meaning of Jesus’ words, “do not forbid him.” Jesus distinguished between those who followed “us” (the in-crowd) versus those following “him” (the name casting out demons).
I was moved by the boldness and compassion I heard from the speakers at the Christian 21 gathering in Phoenix last month. They asked what the teachings and example of Jesus say that are most essential to following him and how these essentials effect the future of Christianity.
There is a wonderful upcoming opportunity to work with other Christians on the serious issue of prison reform—where we can make a difference. Each year the National Council of Churches joins with other organizations to sponsor the Ecumenical Advocacy Days (EAD) in Washington, D.C. This will be the 13th annual gathering of Christians being held April 17 to 20, 2015. Entitled,Breaking the Chains, the focus this year is to better understand the issues—and speak to our members of Congress—regarding prison reform.