We keep hanging on to our human concept of family, love, currency… we need to get our minds around God’s more profound vision for the world.
Prayer isn’t for God…prayer is for us.
Sometimes we can change the world without even knowing it.
When we are intimate with God, we become the best version of our best selves. When we take that faith into the world we help each other remember who we are and to live into that.
We don’t need buildings. We don’t need power. We don’t need anything but the faith of our baptism. When we live into that reality, then the world will change.
Not too long ago, on a Monday morning, I logged into my work computer to find an email from my boss. It said that I was in violation of my organization’s social media policy and that I needed to remove the offending post from my LinkedIn account immediately. The problem, the email said, was that…
Love or hate? Two protests asked me what a Christian looks like. I choose Episcopalians.
When things in my life are feeling kind of stressful, instead of comfort food, I turn to comfort television. This week, my show of choice was one from the 1990s…It was on TV for about eight years. It’s called Touched by an Angel and had a bunch of great actors including Roma Downey, Della Reese,…
I have a favorite sweatshirt that I often wear. It’s a black hoodie and on the front is printed: Deacon, because full-time multitasking ninja is not a real title. My twitter profile describes me in this way: High-tech supply chain journalist, deacon, and mother…almost never in that order. And I will confess to you, my…
In the midst of chaos, we need to hear our unique calling to bring the kingdom of God alive in the world.