Healing the Scars of Racial Wounds

Healing the Scars of Racial Wounds

I write as a white woman with mostly a white/dominant audience in mind. My white identity influences my perspective; I encourage us all to seek out voices from authors of color on this topic with regularity and fervor. On my list to read next: Sheila Wise Rowe’s book,...
Curiosity: A Christian Virtue

Curiosity: A Christian Virtue

As ambassadors of hope and healing in a broken world, curiosity can serve Christians well. Since we’ll never arrive at a full knowledge of God’s divine attributes and plans, curiosity serves to illuminate our faith journeys with previously uncomprehended truth. The...
We Were Made for This

We Were Made for This

I’m a girl of the wilderness, wild at heart. There’s nowhere I feel more alive, more of who I was created to be, than outdoors in creation—and I don’t think I’m alone. We were made for this stuff. Beauty. Enormity. Landscapes that artists can only copy. A pace that...
Pruning the Fairy Tree

Pruning the Fairy Tree

Trees. Really, life would not be quite the same without them. A tree is a source-of-life poster child, season banner waver, emblematic proclaimer of his handiwork. And a great source of entertainment for children given the chance to use their imaginations. Remember...

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