Amy Butler

Amy Butler

Amy Butler is senior pastor of The Riverside Church in New York City.

Rediscovering the space in which can God show up

It’s where our best work is done.

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Resurrection hurts

After the Easter sugar high ends, the real work of resurrection begins.

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Understanding one’s life as part of God’s work of redemption

There is extended to each of us a perpetual invitation to live into the possibility God holds for each of our lives.

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Making grace, not punishment, the default setting

People of faith ought to be the first to begin dismantling systems that keep us apart.

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Answering God’s call isn’t like choosing the right door

Finding what we’re meant to do with our lives is a messy, gritty, beautiful, painful, scary walk through the desert.

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TMI

Vulnerable leadership can be a powerful tool for building Christian community. But can pastors go too far?

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Finding a way forward through relationships

If the first time we’re meeting each other is in the streets protesting another tragedy, then the church has failed.

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Imagining our best selves

Remembering the baptism of Jesus as each new year rolls around is a powerful overlap.

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On saying goodbye and saying hello

While all that is new does not negate the pain of separation, learning to see with new eyes helps to ease the pain.

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Jumping in, feet first

Change is essential, but it won’t start without difficult conversations.

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