Category Archives: Popular Culture

Talking Waffles and Therapy with the Interfaith Center of New York

For the past two years, I have been living into a bi-vocational ministry that seemed to make sense to me and no one else. That is, until the lovely folks at the Interfaith Center of New York asked if I … Continue reading

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Social Work and Religious Diversity

The Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute, The Interfaith Center of New York and The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services are proud to offer an annual continuing education conference for social workers and their colleagues.  The Social Work and Religious Diversity series helps social service and mental health … Continue reading

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a blizzard of new members!

I don’t know what I first became aware of RevGalBlogPals, but I remember the rush of excitement I felt when I realized how I now had a whole community of clergy/blogger/church-nerds right at my finger tips. I have used this … Continue reading

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’tis the season

I felt a real chill in the air today. I pulled my coat tighter around me and wrapped my scarf twice around my neck. Piles of leaves tempt children on street corners, and the trees are awash in my favorite colors- … Continue reading

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Good Theology and The Good Wife

When good theology and good television intersect… Continue reading

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Why I took my kids to the People’s Climate March

It wasn’t an easy decision to take my young children to the People’s Climate March. Let me clarify. From a moral and theological standpoint, it was an easy decision. My heart is broken by the devastation wrought upon this beautiful, fragile earth, … Continue reading

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The Mission Field

As a temporary freelancer and stay-at-home mom, I have been spending quite a lot of time in our neighborhood of Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. It is a jewel of a community, with a mix of African American and Caribbean residents who … Continue reading

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