Focusing curiosity on ruts

chagall

"So many factors work against our visionary initiative.It is a human tendency to become stuck and to build ruts." Isn’t it funny how we tend to sit in the same place every time within a classroom or at church or sometimes even in our own dining room? I am just finishing up my first semester of teaching as an adjunct professor at the Seminary of the Southwest .  I’ve had a great time with a small group of nine amazingly brilliant, exceptionally open, motivated learners.  … [Read more...]

Welcoming interruption, welcoming transformation

butterfly

"Transformation is real and it can make us into a woman we would never have imaged, a woman who feels at once like a stranger and a friend..." I’ve run across a few things this week that brought up the topic of interruption… A conversation with a directee and this insightful and concretely helpful blog post by Chris Corrigan. As often happens with me, those thoughts connected to the story of a woman in Scripture, the woman with the hemorrhage. Her whole story is presented to us as … [Read more...]


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