6 Ways to Live into the Easter Season

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Easter is more than just the day we celebrate; it is a season. Easter is a season that lives into new life, resurrection, new beginnings, and, simply, newness. The resurrection calls us to move through the world and our faith with abundance as the source and not that of scarcity.

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Poolside Purity

9 mins read

I stood outside the Snack Shack looking over the schedule for the day. It was my first trip to camp and I wanted to be sure I didn’t miss any of the action. My small group of friends bounced with excitement as we perused the itinerary. First up was chapel

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4 Spiritual Practices for a More Just Lent

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Justice work constitutes more than simply reading a book or declarations on social media. Thinking about the work of justice must be backed, when pondered by people of faith, by a spiritual renewal and transformation. Soul work is critical to the work of compassion, empathy, equity, and loving justice. The

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Who Do You Love?

17 mins read

On this pandemic Valentine’s Day (or day after) I wanted us to really think about love. I know it seems cliche to have a post about love on this highly capitalistic holiday, but you know this will not be just the ordinary “love your neighbor” (Mark 12:31) kind of post.

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Take Another Route Home

17 mins read

We are now a few weeks past the violent insurrection and attempted coup at the U.S. Capitol. If you are like me, your social media and text messages started pinging early in the afternoon on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. Around 1:45 pm, I started getting frantic messages from friends and

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The Name of God

5 mins read

I rarely “turn on” the news, preferring the comparative quiet of text to the cobbled noise of the television. There is also the likely futile sense that, by measure of activity, reading somehow surpasses watching. But January 6th found me, for long hours, in front of the TV. I watched

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Tis the Season?

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It is the season of Advent, a time when we enter the season of waiting. Waiting for the birth of the baby Jesus. Waiting for Christmas Day. This year, the season of waiting feels even more prominent. We are waiting for a vaccine to be distributed. We are waiting for

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