Ash Wednesday and the Anniversary of Covid-19

  Ash Wednesday, the day we hear “from dust you came, and to dust you shall return”… except this year we don’t need reminding. We have seen the weight of these words in action. The knowledge of what it means to be mortal, to be finite, has been our constant companion these past twelve months.  AndContinue reading “Ash Wednesday and the Anniversary of Covid-19”

Stay At Home Sabbath

The ideas of Sabbath and rest are concepts that we are all familiar with on some level, but now we find ourselves in an unfamiliar rhythm of life, and sabbath has very clearly been affected. I have asked many people how they are managing to rest in a time of what looks on the outsideContinue reading “Stay At Home Sabbath”

Being a Camp Counselor: Inhumane or in the Name of God? Summer 2018

  For two weeks this past July, I spent two weeks as a Leader/Counselor at Lazy W Ranch Camp. This is a camp that has been a part of my life and faith formation since the 3rd grade. Over a decades worth of hikes to the crosses, meal moments, campfire songs, and talent shows haveContinue reading “Being a Camp Counselor: Inhumane or in the Name of God? Summer 2018”