I have come to the end of my time at Dallas Theological Seminary. Yet as I walk in my last semester, looking to that day of Graduation, alas my refrain is “already-not yet.” It is then, with no little satisfaction,
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
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
When I first came here to DTS to earn a master’s degree in Media Arts and Worship, I wanted to be a novelist. And I still do. At that time I did not dare to self identify as an Artist