I’ve Got Your Back … And Some Olives

By Lindsay Mustafa Davis | Twitter: @lindsaymustafa On Saturday, Jan. 21, a group of friends and I joined with about 500,000 people to march on Washington, D.C. Together, we marched to support freedom of speech, religion, and press; to welcome the stranger and foreigner; and to stand up for equal rights and treatment for people of color, Muslims, […]

We are Women, We are Strong

By Catherine Hanna Schrock We are women We are strong We belong To the global sisterhood Fortified for the good Of the other Daughter, Mother Sister, brother Every nation Reverberate The proclamation That each one is The beloved Reconciled through grace United in love Come, sisters, With the wisdom Of our ancestors For the sake […]

Bold Activism for the Cowardly

The other day, I briefly chatted with an acquaintance from church. “You do any activism lately?” she asked, smiling warmly. I blinked, surprised that she asked … surprised that, when she thought of me, she thought of the word “activism” (as opposed to say, homebody or slippers or hot tea). I was, perhaps, most surprised […]

May the Road Rise

By Naomi Pattison-Williams | Twitter: @NaomiWilliams87 Sometime in the middle of last year I got sick. It was nothing very serious—an infection which then led to a prolonged period of exhaustion. But it was the kind of deep-in-your-bones exhaustion which means extended time off work and whittling down entries in the beloved Moleskine schedule to … […]

Selah

Selah. . Don’t talk. . Don’t think. . Don’t try. . Just breathe. . Be. . Stop. . Cut the noise. . Take off the weights. . Listen to Truth in silence. . Ssssssssssssh . Listen. . Feel faith. . Sssssssssh . Let Love approach you. . Wait again. . Behold. . Behold the Light. […]