"My faith is what keeps me smiling, my faith is what makes me think. It has become the core of who I am, but it is never static. It is like a curious form of energy, always in motion, always growing, reaching out to learn more while held secure in the deepest commitments of my life.My faith is vision and dreams, books and more books, questions and answers. It is worship and prayer, song and dance, silence and dissent.
How about you? How many ways can you describe what and how you believe? In naming it, we name ourselves. In living it, we become the intimate other."
The Rt. Rev. Steven Charleston, Choctaw