Divine Category

Post-Pandemic Pivot: Step One

I believe it’s time for what I call “the pandemic pivot,” the development of spaces in which the best of what was and the possibilities of what could be intersect as the hybrid church. This article is the first in a series that explores how questioning tradition, examining embedded understandings of the Divine, creating curious […]

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Poolside Purity: A Hand Me Down Tale

Poolside

I stood outside the Snack Shack looking over the schedule for the day. It was my first trip to camp and I wanted to be sure I didn’t miss any of the action. My small group of friends bounced with excitement as we perused the itinerary. First up was chapel followed by small group discussion […]

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The Breaking of Me: A Hand Me Down Tale

Broken maniquien

We stood at the trunk of my car, neither of us knowing exactly what to say. The summer sun shone bright and I could feel the heat on my skin. “You are so brave,” he finally said. I felt anything but brave. I loaded the last box and tried to smile.  “This will cost me […]

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Lessons on Hope

Prim b&w

I have a lot to learn from my dog, Prim. I came to this realization not too long ago as came down the stairs to say goodbye to two children as they headed off to their Dad’s house. Prim was right in the mix of things, standing beside them, tail wagging, leaning in for last-minute […]

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Anchoring Forward

Kedge Anchor

Being a land-locked Kentucky girl, I don’t do a lot of sailing, so when I heard the term “kedge anchor” yesterday, I was lost. Turns out a kedge anchor is a light anchor that has a few different uses, one being to change the direction of a boat. Apparently, when a sailboat doesn’t have wind, […]

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