I guess the people that decide such things would categorize me as a white evangelical. Depending on what you read or who you ask, in our current social context, that might sound like I'm a Trump-voting, Religious-Right, conservative Republican. I'm none of those. But I am white, and I am a Christian- by the amazing … Continue reading Confessions of a white evangelical woman
The other day while driving to my oldest son's baseball game, this story came on the radio. It's about the producers memories of going on a tour of The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. She recalls with audible disturbance, the traumatic memory she has from her school tours through the museum … Continue reading we need to listen. and shut our mouths.
In a job interview recently I was asked what I thought my three strengths were, along with my three weaknesses. I named for her two and then I told her the third: organization. But, I told her I actually only saw that as a strength because it really is a weakness that I fight to … Continue reading Rebuilding Ruins
I was at a county courthouse today. Not a place I usually spend any time. In fact, except for filing for a legal separation almost exactly two years ago today, I'm never there. Today I was there to file a motion to vacate the order of legal separation.In that quiet, rigid building I felt like … Continue reading Shadows and Mysteries