When I was a small kid I was bold and vehemently opinionated. I remember stepping between my large brother, who is 6 years older than me, and someone picking on him. I would readily argue with adults if they said something that seemed unfair. Everyone got an equal number of cookies at snack time asContinue reading “Unpolitical Jesus in an Unjust World”
TL;DR skip to recipe A few years ago, my roommate Erin started following a program called IQS, or I Quit Sugar. She was on it for quite some time before I said “hey, how about I join you and we split groceries and cooking duties?” So, we did just that. Not only did I detoxContinue reading “Roasted Veggie Sauce”
I’ve uttered the words “I feel useless” to my husband more times than I care to admit. Somehow, through all of my emotional, spiritual, mental growth and learning, I missed this about myself. I wouldn’t have ever said that my perception of my own worth was wrapped up in my doing or in my accomplishments. But here we are.
Whether you’re a Christian or not, chances are you hear the word “sin” a lot, and might not really know what it means. I was raised in a Christian church and have always been interested in Christian theology, and have just recently started to form an understanding of what sin is. I think a lot of the confusion comes from the fact that we only use one word regularly for “sin” but it has many different meanings.
What the heck is okonomiyaki?!
I’m not geeking out on elvish. Okonomiyaki (say it with me now, o-ko-no-mee-YA-kee) is a beloved Japanese street food which originated in Hiroshima and Osaka.