Essays on my faith life.
These are my 5 most favorite books on the Sabbath, originating from multiple communities of faith, collected from years of reading.
Sabbath in the Time of Corona part 2. Reflecting on restless Sabbaths, when a person or a body of people just can’t stop hustling.
Check out this project I’ve been working on called Some Adventist Women! Real conversations on relevant issues with gravitas and levity.
Sharing an interview I did with ECKCM on Christ and My Career where I reflect on my career choices and faith.
In 2020, nebulous days, weeks, and months speed through us like a haze. Is there an antidote? I think so: Sabbath in the Time of Corona.
Imagine a social circle with no outsider. God’s circle has no outsider. This is the third post in the Understanding Poverty series.
Those who are proximate to suffering and poverty seem to experience a deeper level of connection with those they serve. I think kinship is the right word for it.
Reformers Timeline: the lives of the Protestant Reformers. Also, overlaid with the U.S. Presidential Timeline and other key figures.
Know people who glorify the past, the good old days, without regard for the future? Read more on how to deal with these nostalgic naysayers.
In the Judeo-Christian perspective, individuality is rooted in the character of the divine, displayed in the grand opening of the Bible.
Not knowing is a thrill, because it creates space for discovery, surprise, and wonder. This is why you don’t have to know everything.
The Sabbath, the seventh day of the week, is the pause in the rhythm of creation that moves in cycles and seasons.