January 28, 2024

What is our discernment rooted in?

How has pride in our knowledge limited our ability to love? On the fourth Sunday after Epiphany, Weylin Lee invites us into a practice of discernment rooted in mutuality that respects difference, embodied contemplation, and a freedom that protects the vulnerable. [1 Corinthians 8:1-6]

Where does knowledge limit and hinder our posture and practice of love and mutuality?

What is our invitation to consider meaningful relationships with those beyond our own comfort and alignment?

What does a nonviolent practice of empathy look like as we hold space for difference?


  1. Book: This Here Flesh: Spirituality, Liberation, and the Stories that Make Us by Cole Arthur Riley

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