Sisters, We’ve Got to Stand Together

Last night I reposted something my good friend Lisa Bevere posted on her Instagram. It was the well-known quote by Matthew Arnold, “If there ever comes a time when the women of the world come together purely and simply for the benefit of mankind, it will be a force such as the world has never […]

Yes, There’s Still Room

What does it look like when LOVE rises? What does it look like when Love rises in you and me and in all of us together? What does it look like when Love rises in our neighbourhoods, families, cities, countries and in our world? Next month, we’ll spend a weekend together, asking this question, weaving […]

The Longer Way

Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved going for walks. My family would often go for after dinner walks. I spent a summer with my grandparents while I was in grade school and to this day, I cherish the foggy early morning walks I took with them. In college, walking after class […]

The Legacy of Potatoes in the Oven

Growing up, it wasn’t uncommon for my sisters and me to have friends over for dinner. My mom isn’t a gourmet chef, but she can cook a meal that is warm, delicious and nourishing. It was nothing too fancy for a weeknight dinner cooked by a working mom, but it was homemade nevertheless and always […]

Confession: I am Lonely

By Kendall Vanderslice | Twitter: @kvslice I like to keep myself busy. I don’t know if I do it to mask my loneliness, or prove how not lonely I am. For several years I’ve held on to a damaging lie: If I could find my contentedness in Christ alone, the loneliness will disappear. I squelched […]