November 8: My Friend J

Habits take a minute to create, and I’m still in the process of remembering to blog daily for this gratitude practice! Today I’m grateful for my friend J, a fellow musician and brother in Christ. He works with a particularly vulnerable category of forced migrants and is not only amazing at the details of his…

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Let me brag on my huge, supportive family

We will always be there for each other at a moment’s notice, and we will always welcome others into our family when they need a place to belong.

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Food for the soul | a recipe and activity

Skye’s Splendid Soup is best if set in multicultural bowls, with refugees and Congolese friends, and eaten with deeply thoughtful people. What’s your recipe??

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Maundy Thursday reflections: longing and hope

My heart is nearly broken with sorrow/ Remain here with me/ Stay awake and pray Tonight I shared in a remote Maundy Thursday service through the Anglican Diocese of the Upper Midwest’s Cathedral, which is sharing its social distanced Holy Week services with their many church plants due to COVID-19. Maundy Thursday is another name…

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What will it take to bring peace?

Communities like this one have an idea, but it takes work.

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