A Dark Postpartum Night

This is the most vulnerable piece I've ever written. Please be gentle. This past year has been - by far - my most difficult year. Professionally, spiritually, mentally, and physically. As a pastor, it's difficult to be transparent, and it's even more difficult to connect with people on just a basic human level (you know, … Continue reading A Dark Postpartum Night

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What happens when you say “yes” to God

Y'all - it's official. Last week, I was ordained as a deacon in full connection in the United Methodist Church! My ordination was the culmination of years of twists, turns, roadblocks and whiplash. It was the culmination of years of God beckoning me closer to God and neighbor and further from my comfort zone. It … Continue reading What happens when you say “yes” to God

Can Doubt Actually be a Sign of Devotion?

Resurrection is scientifically impossible—but it happened. So naturally, when the disciples told Thomas that Jesus appeared to them, he demanded proof, as many of us would have in his shoes. Natural Skepticism Thomas has received a lot of criticism for this throughout history, and his nickname stuck: Doubting Thomas. But can we really blame him? … Continue reading Can Doubt Actually be a Sign of Devotion?