As I write this, my husband is cooking dinner. That’s a word I’m still getting used to — not “cooking,” Christopher loves..
Even before the pandemic, I started recording and sharing a short video each week for our congregation to introduce Sunday’s Scripture and..
I work with a lot of clients right now on how to persevere, even when hope is hard to find. Where do..
In Wounded Healer, Henri Nouwen observes, “Nobody escapes being wounded. We all are wounded people, whether physically, emotionally, mentally, or spiritually.” Can..
My dear one, May you know that you are beautifully and wonderfully made. Yes, you! You are beautiful and perfect just the..
The first word of God was love. “Let there be light,” God said, and the darkness receded. Before we were even created,..
Editor’s note: The following piece was published in our Dec. 27, 2021 magazine. Our standard is to wait a month to publish..
Young people navigate change as part of their daily life. Relationships come and go quickly with new classes, new teams and jobs...
On Saturday afternoons in fall, I can be found wearing my clerical collar and tartan kilt. For most Alma College football games..
Earlier this summer I was fortunate to join friends on a small expedition ship to explore southeast Alaska’s coastal wilderness. The trip..
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