Category: history

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Paper Cuts

Sunday after church, my children occupied themselves by making paper airplanes with scraps of paper while waiting for my meeting to finish. Monday morning, while tidying up, I found one of their airplanes, made...

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Remembering Coretta Scott King

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day I wanted to honor his life and work but also remember the women of the civil rights movement. I began by reading about Coretta Scott King, and...

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Where All the Stories Are LOVE Stories

“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” ~Lao Tzu     http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/461259724/where-all-the-stories-are-love-stories As a storyteller, I’ve long understood the power of connecting ourselves with our heroes....

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Confirming Our Hope: Women and Priesthood

Earlier this month, I presented at Counterpoint Conference on the topic, Theological Foundations: What Is Priesthood And Why Is It Necessary For Women?   Here is my presentation.  YouTube Version Prezi Version (No narration, but crystal...

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Journals

“There’s an awful lot of writing going on that nobody knows about.” – Edward Gildea, publisher of The Diarist’s Journal When I was about 8 years old I received a journal as a gift.  I...