Good church

27 10 2012

I heard Omar Musa at the Bookworm in Beijing this week.  He uses words with grace and beauty.  He speaks truth with wit and honesty and a bit of whimsy.  It was political but not partisan: it was the politics that are concerned with power and community and whose voices are heard.  There were moments when I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry or both: beauty, truth, hope…

Calling it ‘good church’ is probably an inappropriate appropriation.  It was good church for me though – a community swept up in the joy and power and life of Good Words…

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