Rev. Meg Riley

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A Prayer for LGBT People in Indiana

As one who lived through a popular vote in Minnesota about whether my family is equal to others, is worthy of respect, and deserves protection under the law, I feel called to lift up a prayer for LGBT

04/02/2015 03:19:14 PM

A Prayer From the Mall of America

I thank you for the Bloomington Police Department, and the Mall of America Security Force, for their willingness to keep things calm and peaceful. May their humanity continue to shine in the difficult

12/21/2014 02:52:11 PM

Guerilla Grandmas

My friend Kendrick calls us "guerilla grandmothers." As a White person, and as I inch up towards age 60, I have definitely shifted how I engage in public response to racial profiling, police brutality

12/09/2014 11:08:52 AM

Seven Ways to Prepare for the Ferguson Grand Jury's Statement

Here's what I'm doing -- as a white, middle-aged, middle-class clergywoman, 552 miles from Ferguson -- to prepare for the moment when the announcement is made. While your own choices about what to do

11/05/2014 01:50:48 PM

Uses of Power that Start with A: Abnegation, Abuse, Avoidance

In my family this week, thoughts are focussed on the use of power by authority figures, and how that leads to trust or to brokenness. Authorities can always wrap themselves in rules, or innuendos, or

09/23/2014 12:39:23 PM