Monthly Archives: May 2012

Is God Eavesdropping?

This Monday, I wrote a friend an early morning email.  I am “overly ripe for re-engaging my soul-work,” I wrote him.  “So!  I’ve released my blog, launched an ongoing column at Feminist.com, and am now carving out time to give more support to … Continue reading

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Fierce, Faithful, and Free

My column on my journey to becoming “Fierce, Faithful, and Free” just went live on Feminist.com!  Check out the first article, Tenor in Heels….

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What do a Muslim, Palestinian woman and an American evangelical Christian woman have in common?

Last week I met a young Palestinian woman visiting New York from Israel.  She was raised in a Muslim family, went to a Catholic school and, in her teens, declared herself an independent woman capable of taking care of herself, … Continue reading

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Learn How to Move Conflicted Christian Voters to Support the Freedom to Marry

An invitation from Macky Alston, director of the incredible new documentary, Love Free or Die: Last week, President Obama made history with a groundbreaking announcement of his support for same-sex marriage. How did a person who for years opposed marriage … Continue reading

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The Hand

Last week, I took my first vacation in a year. I rented a car and skid through a rain storm screaming from the madness of New York City to the cool of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley with its rivers and its … Continue reading

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