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Our hearts are meant to be broken for the sake of one another. We fully embrace Christ when we love the people whom society would rather have us condemn.
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Faith compels us: we believe that we must break forth to release those bound unjustly in a system that leaves them hungry, thirsty, homeless, oppressed.
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Today’s Lenten biblical readings invited me to reflect on the #MeToo movement and think about the intersection of faith, leadership, and racial justice.