I’m a big fan of the TV show Doctor Who. I saw my first episodes of the British science fiction show when I was in elementary school, have enjoyed the newer seasons that began airing in 2005, and have been working my way through previous seasons as I’ve been able.
These past few weeks have been a whirlwind of “firsts.” I ran my first 5K, made my debut at Carnegie Hall in New York City, and turned 51! As a singer reaching the stage of Carnegie Hall was, at best, a dream I thought I would never realize. As I
Have you ever been to a conference where after you arrived back home you realized that the best conversations took place in the “in between” spaces? In other words, it was when you went out for drinks with fellow conferees or had morning coffee with new friends. Have you ever
When a friend asked me to go to the Women’s March on Washington with her, my gut response was to say, “Yes!” But then I considered the complexities of how my march participation might impact my role in the church. I serve as director of youth ministry at Westerville Community