Change, upheaval, grief and disappointment have all been significant components of my 2021. As we move into the final weeks of the year, my hopeful and aspirational word(s) for the year– create + release, have fallen to the background, and the words cozy + less have been coming to the fore. I set a fewContinue reading “Conversations with Silence”
Nearly three months ago, I packed a dozen boxes of books, clearing the shelves of my church office. And not for the first time, I wondered why I keep so many books. I’m not a big re-reader. As I touched each book, I wondered if I will ever open these again. Flipping through to reviewContinue reading “Beautiful Word Bible”
“No one escapes the wilderness on the way to the promised land.” – Annie Dillard While I’d like to leave the wilderness themes behind me now that we are through the liturgical season of lent, this biblical image repeats and resonates in a variety of ways. Moving now into a transition season in our familyContinue reading “Book Review: Lovers in the Wilderness”
The intersection of food and faith is always something that has interested me. My first foray into online writing was a food blog. After a few years of posting about recipes I was trying and working on the editorial team to assemble a heritage cookbook, I was in the process of dreaming and relaunching myContinue reading “Book Review: Samaritan Cookbook”
This is a birds-eye overview of healthy living practices couched in Christian language.
a beautiful coffee table book written for middle grade children
I have resisted discussing my reading life publicly for a number of reasons…