This Spring Break I took a week long road trip with my mom and my son from here in San Antonio, TX all the way to the teeny tiny town of West Point, Nebraska to visit with some of our extended family. Even though this was a leisure trip there were some teachable moments. Other … Continue reading 5 Things I Learned During My Spring Break In Nebraska
I usually share this graphic at Christmastime (which you can buy here) however, I found it appropriate today as we reflect on the present reality of our Risen Lord. Here we see Eve being comforted by Mary (preggo with Jesus). This is such a powerful image. I especially love the fact that Mary is crushing … Continue reading Daughters of Eve, You Get To Be Free!
When I think about "coming out" as an Egalitarian I think about Dr. Seuss's "How the Grinch Stole Christmas". "It came without ribbons. It came without tags. It came without packages, boxes or bags." There were no bells. There were no whistles. I did not shout to the rooftops the praises of my righteously indignant people. … Continue reading The One About Coming Out as Egalitarian
On this Super Tuesday tensions were high as 13 more states rushed to the polls to make their vote heard for the 2016 race to the white house. Today I have been reflecting on my past political self living inside of the Christian bubble in hopes that my Christian brothers and sisters do not make … Continue reading I Was a Cookie Cutter Conservative or, The Trouble with Looking Outside of Your Christian Bubble