To Live in Easter

We celebrated Easter each in our own homes almost a month ago. Still, according to the church calendar it is Easter. There are years where I revel in the length of Eastertide. I walk through the 50 days expecting resurrection at every turn. What miracle will I experience now? This year has not been a […]

The Red Couch: Practice Listening; Practice Being Wrong

A Note from Red Couch Book Club Editor Annie Rim: The way we’re engaging with books here at the Red Couch has changed this year––you can read more about these changes over here at What’s Next for the Red Couch? Instead of an introduction and discussion post, we’ll be featuring reflections in the midst of […]

When You Are Practicing

I started a yoga practice in January. I am sure I am not the only one. I am doing an at home practice that I found on YouTube and y’all, I am not good at it. I think you could say I might even be bad at it. I lose my balance. I lose my […]

You don’t have to be Thankful on Thanksgiving

Thursday is American Thanksgiving. It is a little late this year and people have used this an excuse to put up their Christmas trees and blare the holiday tunes. The schmultzy commercials have started and I may have already indulged in a Hallmark-esque movie or two. Spoiler Alert: The big city girl actually loves her […]

Now That I Am a Master of the Divine

A few weeks ago I walked across a stage in a fancy borrowed robe and accepted my Masters in Divinity from Candler Theological Seminary. A Masters in Divinity, I have mastered divinity, a master of the Divine. That is what my degree says; that is certainly not how it feels. It feels … complicated. It […]