community and friendship Category

When You Live a Generous Gospel (On Being Nimble or Numb)

 {By Lisha Epperson}         In the 2 block walk across the park to the train station, I see it. The harsh reality of life, the ever-widening space between those who have, those who have not and everything in between. Growing up surrounded by a concrete landscape makes you numb. Dedicated green spaces […]

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When You Learn to Risk Again (On Women & Faith)

 {By Laurie Wallin}   For a long time I avoided women’s fellowships. You know, those gatherings where you know you can’t walk in with your issues? Where you have to be put together, and check your real life at the door? And you have to be able to cook. And care about decorating. And you […]

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