I Can’t Keep Quiet

The first time I can remember being introduced to the idea of a radical Christianity was at the 2012 ELCA Youth Gathering during Thursday night in the Superdome when Shane Claiborne gave a sermon. I’m linking it here (it’s only 30 minutes) so that you can watch it and be amazed by his beautiful illustrations … Continue reading I Can’t Keep Quiet


It is Time to Rest

Do not worry, child. Breathe deeply now. The Living Spirit is within you; she fears not the wild. I, who can calm a storm, can give you rest.   You are not alone here. Look to my face And do not hide your eyes, my dear. For I am standing before you with open arms. … Continue reading It is Time to Rest

The Intersection of Homesick and Grateful

As one of my favorite holidays rapidly approaches, I’m hit with frequent reminders that this year will be different than my most recent years. I won’t go to Thanksgiving dinner at my professor’s house with my peers; instead, I will go to a Thanksgiving retreat at the cabins at La Malinche with my fellow YAGMs. … Continue reading The Intersection of Homesick and Grateful

A Blog About Remembering

"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