This past Sunday, the Intertwine Northeast community gathered for our last morning of our “The Need for Roots” series. Our conversation was about simply being rooted in… Read more “A Reflection on being Rooted in Compassion”
To the young family who showed up for our Intertwine gathering last Easter Sunday morning, sniffed church, and then left… …you forgot your cute pink stuffed magical… Read more “To the Family that Sniffed Church and Ditched…”
In the nearly 2000 year history of Christianity, no group of people has killed more Christians than… Christians. (Hang in there with me through this rant, I’m… Read more “The Need for Roots: I’m kinda done with church…”
Over the last few weeks, I’ve been having important, provocative, and eye-opening conversations with a number of friends as I prep for Intertwine’s March focus “Gender Norms,… Read more “Intertwining Around Gender Norms and Sexuality – Questions Asked and Scripts to Flip”
There’s been lots of closed doors, but somehow, they always seem to lead to a more amazing and life-giving open one.
Perfect love casts out fear [and] turns strangers into neighbors.
Pretending there’s a human universal is tempting…life is easy when your narrative is the only valid one. Conversations are hard…