Tag Archives: faith

Autostereogram

Kindness. Justice. Courage.  These are the values I respect most. They remind me of 1 Corinthians 13’s faith, hope, and love. As a child my dad used to show us those pictures where you have to squint your eyes to see the picture beyond the dots. It’s called an autostereogram. Sometimes you have to look closer. […]

Tension

I have been thinking about the tension between certainty vs. uncertainty and how the two interact with the concept of power.  I’ve been thinking about power for a long time, first introduced to thinking about it through ideas of empowerment and social power dynamics (through my interest in the Black Power Movement, etc.).  And then […]

Siobhan’s Friday Thoughts

AUTUMN INTO WINTER Outside our windows are three deciduous trees whose leaves are the first in our neighborhood to turn. This year the little tips started yellowing, and within days the wind swirled them to the ground, making our lawn a variegated patch of bright green and yellow. Last year, my first fall season in […]

Creating a kintsugi-style life and faith

by Kenetha J. Stanton. This world is full of brokenness: broken homes, trauma, broken hearts, war, broken relationships, abuse, broken health, betrayals, broken dreams. None of us escapes the pain of being broken in one way or another on this journey of life. I have had times in my life that were filled with brokenness […]