Allowing Braver Questions to Shape Us

Allowing Braver Questions to Shape Us

I was listening to a panel discussion hosted by my judicatory ministry led by black leaders in my area when one of my colleagues, Dr Irie Session said “white people need to cultivate an ethic of bravery.” I grabbed a pen and scribbled it down on a post-it note pad I...
Spring 2020 Reading Recap

Spring 2020 Reading Recap

Spring is always my slowest reading season of the year, as I spend my time in the yard gardening and soaking up the season before it turns brutally hot. Add in that by mid-March I became a full time home-school teacher and small biz owner and something had to give and...
My 2020 Summer Reading List

My 2020 Summer Reading List

This summer is going to be unlike any other with the uncertainty of Covid spread. We cancelled our summer travel plans and will be continuing to practice social distancing since two of the beloveds in our bubble are high risk. Homeschooling has felt like a strange...
Book Review: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

Book Review: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

I have always loved historical fiction for the way it transports a reader into a time and place, making what you read about in school seem real and tangible. However, over the last year or two my historical fiction reading habits have changed. While I used to love...

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