“Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh

Open Letter

Guest Post: Sports, Priorities, and Fatherhood

An open letter to Mike Francesa, Boomer Esiason, and Craig Carton in response to the link in the post below: Dear Mike Francesa, Boomer Esiason, and Craig Carton, You recently voiced your negative opinions regarding NY Mets second baseman, Daniel Murphy, for his decision to take 3 days paternity leave, the maximum allowed by Major […]


Streams Run Uphill Blog Tour: Week 1

So thankful for the words and support, and honest engagement for those who’ve posted so far about #streamsrunuphill. It’s so hugely important to me that these writers and stories are heard widely in the church. Please spread the word so that the resource becomes available and known especially to those young women of color! Caryn […]


Temptation: Less About Test and More About Trust

#Sundaychurch always produces a ton of fodder for blogging topics. Since I don’t preach on a regular basis I gorge on Word and Sacrament, and liturgy and music, symbols and light and…I just might burst at the seams with the richness of it all. But I have to get it down as soon as possible […]


Nadia, Pastrix, and Women’s History Month

This weekend came and went so fast. It seems like only last week I was sitting in the best Indian buffet in town with the Lutherans for lunch. There’s something just so … unifying about samosas but anyways I love the Lutherans – Jeff and Colleen. Jeff has been around for 8 years and Colleen […]

SRU Book Cover

Streams Run Uphill: Official Release

Where streams run uphill, there a woman rules. —Ethiopian proverb Happy Women’s History month!  I’m also super happy to announce the release of Streams Run Uphill: Conversations with Young Clergywomen of Color. After Making Paper Cranes: Toward an Asian American Feminist Theology (The Young Clergy Women Project) I felt like there needed to be something about ministry and […]


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