February 10, 2019
Rev. Laura Ruth Jarrett
Readings: Psalm 138 and Luke 5:1-11
This second Sunday of Black History Month, I get to introduce you to the ethical and theological work of The Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon. I want you to know her because her work informs my work and presence at Hope Central, and I want you to see her clearly. I want you to know Dr. Cannon’s work because it makes space and names an ethical realm for Black women, a realm I wish for us all. I want you to know Dr. Cannon’s work because it gives permission and a method for becoming liberation ethicist and theologians, grounded in our realities on behalf of ourselves, our families, communities, and the world.