“The very vulnerability and openness of liminal space allows room for something genuinely new to happen.” Richard Rohr Good Morning on this beautiful… um… what day is it today..? No idea, but it doesn’t matter. We are here and now. Over the course of the last week or so I have come across many conversations […]

“If you pray to God for peace does God give you peace or give you opportunities to be peaceful?” One of the hard problems of theology and religion is the presupposition that God is all loving and all-caring and His Will for us is perfect peace and love; and yet we live in a world […]

One of the main focuses of my blog centers in on Emergent Christianity, a field of study and practice that I particularly resonate with due to Christianity being such a dominant element in the culture I was raised in. Furthermore, I believe that Christianity is one of the traditions which will be deeply effected, molded, […]

Each of us are engaged, daily, with a wide variety of responsibilities. “Adulting” can be tiresome, draining, and we might wake up in the morning and simply not want to take part in all of the ‘grown up’ chores that await us. I know what that is like. I’ve had many “jobs” that did not […]