Love, War and a Comfy Green Couch
November 25, 2016
My first major purchase in Central Asia was a custom-made, green, suede-like sectional couch. It was beautiful, comfy…and expensive. I...
The Gift of Abandoned Dreams
October 28, 2016
I sat in church on a Sunday night in November 2011, mourning for an abandoned dream. After graduate school, I...
August 26, 2016
Before I graduated, I thought my life was fairly under control, but pretty soon, I found myself struggling with anxiety...
The Deafening Sound of Silence
July 29, 2016
I hesitate to write about the racial issues that are plaguing this country because, as a White woman, I feel...
Not of, But Definitely Sent
May 27, 2016
When I was in college, I successfully buried myself in a “Christian bubble.” My interaction with those who didn’t know...
Open Nerve Evangelism
April 29, 2016
Andy, a 25-year-old man with few career aspirations, walked into the Pizza Hut where we worked together. He was white...
The Mind Is Its Own Place
January 29, 2016
Chief Inspector Gamache, in A Rule Against Murder, confronts an old man who claims to have never been a prisoner...
December 25, 2015
When I graduated from college a few years ago, I joined The Navigators EDGE Corps ministry internship program with high...