A Year of Which We Can Be Proud

A Year of Which We Can Be Proud

I have a dear friend that when describing her marriage says, “we’ve been married 25 years, most of which we are proud of.” As someone who has now clocked well over a decade of marriage I chuckle at her description because it’s true. There are moments we have done it...
Honeybees, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Hope

Honeybees, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Hope

“Did you know that a single bee working all its life will only make one twelfth of a teaspoon of honey?” said Mr. Singh.  “One twelfth of a teaspoon? That’s like…nothing.” Mercy thought there was something a bit depressing about that; just the teenist tip...
Summer 2020 Reading Recap

Summer 2020 Reading Recap

Summer is coming to a close so it’s time for another seasonal reading recap. My summer reading was sporadic and not as focused as I wanted. I am at peace with chalking that up to Covid brain. In the summer I tend to gravitate toward lighter reads, moving to more...
Three Policies Your Church Needs Now

Three Policies Your Church Needs Now

Church policies often become dated over time, having been developed at a moment when a staff grew to a size where one was needed, an issue arose that demanded clearer boundaries between employees and staff or there was a large enough cultural shift that the church...
Prayer Dice for Digital Worship

Prayer Dice for Digital Worship

Last week I shared the Worship Boxes I had built for children to engage in multi-sensory teaching over digital platforms. I wanted to create something that could engage children through out the liturgy we use for our thirty minute worship and lesson. It needed to be...

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