Hijab

By Kaitlin Curtice | Twitter: @kaitlincurtice “There are all kinds of courage,” said Dumbledore, smiling. –J.K. Rowling One day while shopping at our favorite international farmer’s market, Eliot grabbed my hand and led me to the chocolate and candy aisle where a woman wearing a hijab stood, expecting me. “She wants to give you one!” shouted […]

Lonely at Church

By Kelly Christian |  Instagram I sat in my seat at church and began to write a prayer that said, “I thought I was okay. But I’m not. I really need your people, Lord.” For the last nine months we have been attending a new church and until recently I have joked that this is […]

Invited to Transformation: A Chrysalis Story

By Jessica L. Sanborn | Twitter: @jlsanbornwrites “And the world cannot be described by a journey of miles, no matter how long, but only by a spiritual journey, a journey of one inch, very arduous and humbling and joyful, by which we arrive at the ground at our feet, and learn to be at home.” — Wendell […]

Hurricane Irma and the Uninvited Guests

By Lindsey Bailey | Twitter: @linzeebaylee They arrived unannounced and uninvited. We were making preparations for hurricane Irma. And then they just showed up. “We have nowhere to go,” they said. They weren’t close friends or family members. They weren’t even casual acquaintances we would have been happy to accommodate. A former employee of my […]

The Fire

by Beth Watkins | Twitter: @iambethwatkins I was still young when I learned of the fire. I grew up in its proximity, among others who were alight, and I was in love with everything about it, asked to take it from my mother’s table As early as I can remember. I asked for the fire; This […]