Rather than a list of fun things to do on Valentine’s Day with your date, friends, or by yourself, I’m going to give you words of encouragement for wherever you happen to be.
As I prepare to graduate from seminary in a few months, I want to celebrate my origins.
We typically stress about four things—our country’s future, money, work, and politics. This is where self-care comes into action.
New Years resolutions tend to be self-focused. Let’s also look outward to see how we can be with others in friendship and difficult times.
You don’t have to fake holiday cheer, no matter what anyone says. You are allowed to have emotions.
How did I end up with “Illness to Wellness”? Others believed in me – and now I do, too. The name I almost used doesn’t make sense anymore.
“There are places I’ll remember / All my life, though some have changed… / In my life, I’ve loved them all.” – The Beatles
We, your students, long for full inclusion and an embrace of us and our gifts – and that’s different from what we’re usually getting.