A couple of weeks ago I shared something of my history of depression, and we began to talk about how we as a community can hold space where we can talk about mental health, where it’s okay to admit that things aren’t okay. I’ve been reflecting since then on why it is so important forContinue reading “Telling Tales”
I’m afraid I’m cheating this week. Instead of writing a new post, I want to direct you to this one by Jim Friedrich, which looks at how we might respond to the alarming reality of President Trump. I’ve found it really encouraging, and I hope you will too.
On Sunday night, Simon offered us the Methodist Covenant Prayer, to read and to contemplate and perhaps even to pray. I am no longer my own but yours. Put me to what you will, rank me with whom you will; put me to doing, put me to suffering; let me be employed for you, orContinue reading “The flow of love is constant”