Word of the Day: Justice

Martin Luther King, Jr, quoted Amos, saying: “Let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.” What is justice? In...

Christina’s World

Christina’s World and Pennsylvania Landscape Andrew Newell Wyeth 1917-2009 “Really, I think one’s art goes only as far and as deep as your lov...

Word of the Day: Creativity

One of the most delightful aspects of my job with theology students is hosting Sabbath Space. Each Wednesday and Thursday, students come to a stain-glass and ca...

Word of the Day: Abundance

What does abundance mean for you? What does it look like and feel like? What is a way to celebrate abundance where there is scarcity? How could abundance be sha...

Believing is Seeing

In a delightful children’s book called Tales of the Kingdom, Karen Mains tells the story of Hero, a young boy who finds a gateway into Great Park. He has ...

A Commitment to Loveliness

Many thanks to Emma at Charming the Birds from the Trees. I wandered onto her blog a few weeks ago and discovered the challenge, A Commitment to Loveliness: “Al...

A Cottage Life

Living in the midst of the city, I often dream of a cottage at the foot of a mountain with herbs in the garden, a cat in the window, tea kettle on the hearth, a...