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Listening Aloud

My life as a minister, mentor, writer, budding Hebrew Bible scholar, and global leader

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Soul Cries

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been writing. But what I can’t remember is when I stopped writing poetry. I can remember sharing my poems with someone who completely dismissed them. Maybe that was the moment. I honestly don’t remember. I do know that I’ve written less than 5 poems in the last 10 years. Maybe my inner poet is waking.
Tonight’s post comes from the lost files (AKA: my journals). Continue Reading

There’s More Room Out Than In

The Question of the Day over on the WordPress Daily Post was “Why do you blog?”

The first thing that comes to mind when I start to answer this question is something my grandmother used to say about normal bodily functions. As children, we would always make fun of each other if one of us passed gas but my grandmother would comfort the offender and say, “There’s more room out than in.” Continue Reading

Messiness, Mosaics, and a Midwife of Words

On Wednesday, May 28th, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient and midwife of words, Maya Angelou Imagetransitioned from life to death. After the announcement on Twitter, I spent the next few hours reading memorials, articles, and dedications to the wise woman, activist, creative mother to the nation. Continue Reading

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