August 23, 2020

Pushing Back and Making Room
Rev. Hardy H. Kim

“When Hope speaks, she speaks not with the arrogance of certitude but with the eloquence of faith. She speaks with the voice of those whose voice is lost in the thunder of propaganda, those who have no voice because they are simply too tired, too lost, too weak, or too powerless to speak. Too unimpressive to be worth listening to, not hopeful of being heard, they are too discouraged to speak. She speaks for those whom the powerful have deprived of the right to speak.”
—Allan Aubrey Boesak, Dare We Speak of Hope?