I Need You

June 28, 2015

Rev. Andy Greenhow brings a word from Mark 5:21-43 on Jairus’ daughter and the hemorrhaging woman. Continuing the subject of Charleston, Andy shows that Jesus’ presence in the world means that the healing of marginalized people does not come at the expense of healing of privileged people. Our idea that the raising up of some must necessarily mean the holding down of others is impoverished thinking; scarcity thing. In fact, Mark communicates the idea to us formally and in content that our healing is intertwined with one another. We can’t have one story without the other. We can’t have the uplift of one without the uplift of another.