I went to seminary as a single, young woman in my mid-twenties after living overseas in Tanzania for three years. I returned to the States […]
At the ripe ages of ten and seven-and-a-half, my kids now understand that their clergy parents will grant them unlimited screen time on Sunday afternoons in exchange for remaining quiet enough for us to nap.
Abigail Pogrebin wrote about observing the whole Jewish year. I read about ways to cultivate faith at home.
The stark questions of little people, especially around issues of faith and faith identity, can make us very uncomfortable.