I’ve been contemplating buying an orange t-shirt all week. Spring has finally arrived in full force in Milwaukee (or at least, spring has arrived for two consecutive days) and the […]
My footsteps echoed loudly against the hard wood floor, stained deeply like burnt sienna. The sounds from my high heels against wooden planks bounced from the floor to the rafters […]
I worked at a grocery store in high school. I spent around fifteen hours a week scanning, punching in produce codes, “would you like paper or plastic?” And after several […]
It’s becoming something of a broken record. A needle stuck, dragging through the same depression on nicked vinyl over and over, blurring notes and tones into an unidentifiable blur before […]
I am super excited today to begin a series walking through Rachel Held Evans’ new book Searching for Sunday with you. Each week, I’ll be discussing a section of the book, […]
Do our purchasing habits communicate the love of Christ to the world? Because elsewhere in Scripture we are told that whatever we do should be done for God’s glory. Last time I checked, that means everything.
(My heart just hurts. And I don’t have the right words. Sometimes I don’t have any words. I don’t have the right language, a proper understanding, and as rocked to […]
I had the privilege last week to attend the Christian Community Development Association’s (CCDA) annual National Conference. I was encouraged in fellowship with 3000-some other CCD practitioners from around the […]
I’m keenly aware of my own propensity to self-destruction.
I forget, easily and frequently that I am a beloved person, made in the image of God to lovingly display who God is to those around me.
I’ve been here for years, and all summer. Things I am good at: – Overestimating how much I can accomplish in any given amount of time. – Drinking coffee. – Freaking out about […]