Tag Archives: theology

One Year In Belgium

I think I’ve grown more in this last year than I have in my whole adulthood over the course of several years, which is saying a lot, because there was much growing to do during itineration. Continue reading

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Yes, The Cross Is An Exceedingly Strange Religious Symbol

Yes, the cross is an exceedingly strange religious symbol.
Embarrassing, even. An instrument of humiliation and torture, after all. Continue reading

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On My First Two Weeks of Teaching

I love teaching so much. Continue reading

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On Not Losing Heart

When we constantly read a passage in the same translation, it becomes very easy to skip over the familiar old words and not pay much attention to what they’re really saying. But when we read them in a new way, a new translation, a new language, they become new and vivid. Continue reading

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On Being A Female Intellectual

I’m particularly thankful for an upbringing that taught me not to see “female” as a barrier to anything I was suited to do nor as a detriment to any profession I might enter or activity I might want to take up. Continue reading

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MT/MR: Continental Theological Seminary

At Missionary Training and Renewal, I learned what of value I had to offer to Continental Theological Seminary (besides an obsession with Greek…). Continue reading

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