I’m all for love and patience and understanding and compassion — But there’s also a time to say enough is enough. There’s a time to vent, weep, scream, shake a … Continue reading To Love Is to Fight.
J.S. Park is a hospital chaplain and an advocate for self-care and mental health.
If you want any hope of change, freedom, progress, recovery, and growth: you’ll need to confront yourself, too. The quickest way to not grow is to surround yourself with yes-men, … Continue reading Here’s the Truth: Hear the Truth
God, forgive me for when I lack empathy, when I jump to making talking points out of tragedy, when I forget the pain of community and family, when my voice … Continue reading We Wear Casts.
“May God bless you with discomfort at easy answers, half truths, and superficial relationships, so that you may live deep within your heart. “May God bless you with anger at … Continue reading Strength to Fight.
There is a particular Christianese language that demonizes “the enemy” and “the infidel,” in which “God is on my side” and “They’re holding me back.” This triumphalistic self-affirming theology, wrapped … Continue reading No, Fellow Christians.