Lots of us these days are wondering about how "church" ought to be redefined more in line with the spirit, values and life of its founder.
Where are we to stand and what are we to do when it comes to the marginalized, the oppressed and those who are routinely taken advantage of? What has this to do with being church in our world today?
As an Easter Meditation, I offer the following clip from the classic 1954 film, On the Waterfront.
Anxious to know your ideas after you watch it.