Both/And in an Either/Or World

I so enjoyed collaborating with my husband on an article for Light & Heat this week. Being part of designing a new seminary from the ground up has given us the opportunity to reimagine everything about theological education: who, what, when, where, and most importantly, why and how. Why have schools done things in a... Continue Reading →

Be Still to See: The Sabbath-Day Gift of Wendell Berry

This week I had the bittersweet pleasure of finishing a wonderful book. I’d read it slowly, savoring it in morsels, and it has taken up space on my bedside table for many moons. But I was near the end, and, having had a rather bad day, gave in to the guilty delight of finishing it... Continue Reading →

Sweet old dog.

Last week we had another Marley and Me moment, saying goodbye quite unexpectedly to our sweet old collie, Scout. I say “another” moment, because it’s the third time in eight years we’ve gone through this particular grind of grief; less, surely, than a two-legged loss, but a knock-the-wind-out-of-you pain all the same. Our dogs, one... Continue Reading →

I don’t know the answers…

Lately I've been wondering:  How does God speak? How does God speak to you?  Does He speak the same way to everyone?  Did He speak the same way to everyone in days of old?  Is Scripture the only way God speaks? How can God speak through Scripture when it’s not in front of us?  If we... Continue Reading →

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