Indigenous Resources (To Subvert Your Columbus Day)

I’ve been savoring Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Walls Kimmerer for the past six weeks and I’m still not close to finishing. In this season of transition and busyness, Kimmerer’s poetry mixed with scientific observation and Indigenous theology is exactly what I need to help me slow down and breathe. I reference this book on a […]

Raise Your Voice: An Interview with Kathy Khang

I’ve been stalking Kathy Khang’s twitter for years and have always viewed her as a confident and powerful voice as she dismantles the status quo. It’s so easy to only see one tiny dimension of a person when we confine them to just one social media outlet, isn’t it? Reading Kathy’s journey of finding her […]

The Red Couch: Books Worth Reading

It’s mid-August and we’ve read some incredible books for the Red Couch this year. We’ve grappled with Original Blessing and Mujerista Theology. We’ve thought about missions and our neighbors with Dangerous Territory and The Power of Proximity. Even though it’s only August, I’ve already started compiling the lists of books that we’ll whittle down for […]

All The Colors We Will See: An Interview with Patrice Gopo

Even though I didn’t attend the Festival of Faith and Writing last April, the book I kept hearing about from friends who had gone was Patrice Gopo’s debut collection of essays, All the Colors We Will See. Within the week, I emailed her for a copy and found that the buzz was certainly earned. Focusing mainly […]

The Privilege of Finding Home

Recently I was at a retreat on a property that had been owned by some of the first white settlers to the region. I visited the cemetery of this family that dated back to the mid-1800s. During a hike on the property, I perched on a rock to take in the scenery. As I breathed […]