This time would be different. I was worn out on conferences - tired of feeling like my resume mattered more than my heart. I was tired of being just known enough by those involved in my wheelhouse conferences, but not enough to ever be invited to the table in any fashion. I was tired of … Continue reading Zebras.
My heart has felt so heavy lately. Has yours? And frankly, it has been less about the events of the world and more about the responses to it. Just yesterday, as I sat in a waiting room, I overheard a conversation that was borderline hate speech. And what I found so interesting is that these … Continue reading Clashing Symbols
I am at home today with my two daughters, on pins and needles, as I await to hear the verdict on the indictment of Officer Wilson in relation to the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. There is a reason this matters to me - and although it is obviously more personal to me … Continue reading Resolve
This image flooded social media yesterday. And with it, came a wave of, for the most part, opinion. It was pretty discouraging to watch unfold, and quite honestly, especially among Christians. So many terms were thrown out there: moral relativity, authority of scripture, mainstream, countercultural, moral absolutism, liberal, conservative, sellout, and then there have been … Continue reading “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” – MLK Jr.