Discernment and building of “truth” takes place around tables. Who is at the table and who is not opens and limits how truthful the result is. A problem rises when a “truth-table” conversation becomes an echo chamber. At stake is the health of a democratic process that has developed an autoimmune disorder.
Wesley White is. Among his is-ness has been stints as a hurdler, Peace Corps volunteer, househusband, and United Methodist clergy-person. He is better known as being nice rather than neat and doing his best to learn to be an accomplice with people who have been marginalized. Wesley has journeyed as a friend with this Fellowship for the last 9 years.