During my first few months as the editor of the Presbyterian Outlook, I was often asked questions that I had no idea..
My local library continues to serve me well. A few weeks ago, perusing the endcaps, I came upon Suzanne Nossel’s new book..
Ministry takes a variety of forms. Some are called to be pastors of churches, others, chaplains of colleges, hospitals, prisons or retirement..
“May God bless us with the courage to face these darker truths, so we can work side by side with our veterans to heal the wounds war leaves, striving for a world that embraces the path of peace.”
New seminary graduates serving their first calls often exclaim, “Seminary didn’t prepare me for this!” When I first entered ministry, my things-I-wasn’t-prepared-for..
This was what I was trained for in seminary and clinical pastoral education, but I was young and inexperienced and my life..
Maddie loves the water. My family met Maddie, a husky mix, on a recent camping trip to Northern Wisconsin. We were swimming..
“Do not pick up hitchhikers.” For six years I read this highway sign as I drove by the barbed-wire-topped fencing, the sniper..
Visiting my local library, I found an endcap displaying Robert Putnam’s new book, “The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago..
A few years ago, when I found myself creatively stuck, my writing coach encouraged me to visit the art gallery on the..
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