"Passover Remembered" by Alla Renée Bozarth-Campbell Pack nothing. Bring only your determination to serve and your willingness to be free. Don't wait for the bread to rise. Take nourishment for the journey, but eat standing, be ready to move at a moment's notice. Do not hesitate to leave your old ways behind — fear, silence, submission. … Continue reading A Blog About Remembering
“You sound like you’re doing really well.” I get this comment a lot when I talk to people about what life is like in Mexico and how I’m doing with a new family and new job, which is odd because I don’t sugarcoat anything in these conversations. I’m quite honest about the fact that I … Continue reading I’m Doing Well
“I, the Lord of sea and sky, I have heard My people cry. All who dwell in dark and sin, My hand will save. I who made the stars of night, I will make their darkness bright. Who will bear My light to them? Whom shall I send? // Here I am Lord, is it … Continue reading Is it I, Lord?
The day I arrived at the Lutheran School of Theology Chicago for YAGM orientation, I spent the morning watching The Princess Diaries on Netflix at my brother and his girlfriend’s apartment. For many people my age, this movie is iconic and requires little to no explanation. However, if for some reason you haven’t seen Anne … Continue reading A Homecoming
Yesterday I left the city of Tampa, FL. to start the beginning of my great adventure. I arrived in Chicago, IL. four days earlier than my YAGM Orientation, so I could spend time with some of my family that lives in the area. As is typical when visiting people, the first question that gets asked … Continue reading What We’re Known For
I don’t have much formal training as a storyteller, but the one thing I know about a good story is that in some way, shape, or form, there is a beginning, a middle, and an end. When God created the Heavens and the Earth, God started The Story. Then comes a bunch of other things … Continue reading Somewhere In The Middle