So, NorvilleRodgers.com ran my uber-nerdy LOTR Dating article: Check it out and some of the site’s other sweet reads HERE.
I have been grieving. As a woman of faith, I have been dissatisfied with many of the attitudes towards grief and grieving in my communities. I have had Romans 8:28 slathered on me by well-meaning peers who do not recognize
Four years ago, I had a high-quality color photocopy of this pre-Raphaelite painting, The Child Enthroned, pinned to the classroom wall by my desk where I could see it daily. Painted in 1894 by Thomas Cooper Goth, the child it features is
I’m currently two meetings into the class that I always dreamed would exist as a Media Arts and Worship student. We’re collaborating with fellow students, stepping into the shared space between Theology and Art, and we’re actually producing artwork.
Before and After: Working Out Trauma in Art
You who seek God Let your hearts revive For He is faithful to come around His children with two arms To hold them in their distress You who seek God Let your hearts revive Though none are
He who does not love his brother whom he has seen cannot love God whom he has not seen. 1 John 5:19b We know that when we see our brother, our sister, that person has been made to compel a
I sat in the gravel and grieved While the cat grazed on johnny jump-ups Biting of their heads with carnaverous clarity And I thought of those same flowers In their scattered apperance along the path to the river in Ukraine
Hey Friends, In case you haven’t heard yet–this summer I will be leaving the United States for the first time in my life. I have applied and been accepted to serve on a mission trip sponsored by Northland Church to
The Kingdom of Heaven, Mixed Media 2016 Recently I finished a final draft of a parable I’ve been writing for the past two years to send off to a Literary Magazine I highly respect that was all about—yup you guessed it—the