The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia’s Green Team and Environmental Stewardship Committee have worked to ensure that future church leaders know about and have experience in caring for creation.Continue reading »
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I came here thinking that working for God is about what you do for people. It’s not. It’s about how you know people. And knowing people isn’t as complicated as I used to think.Continue reading »
Is the season of Lent a dark and outdated practice with roots in the Dark Ages or can it be a time of transformation and change in Christ?Continue reading »
My name is Lisa Gray and I live in Portland, Oregon. I grew up across the river in Vancouver, Washington, but consider myself an “Oregon native” as I was born in a hospital in Portland, and I moved there for college in 1997. I’ve been a happy Oregonian ever since!Continue reading »
My name is Erin and I am an Oregon girl. I love it when the earth is green and I can see mountains in every direction. I see God the most in nature, in His pure creation. But He also occasionally sneaks up on me in the city…Continue reading »
Act. Doubt. Act again.
I live by this mantra in everything I do. All too often people are too sure of themselves and in doing so they are blind to who they are hurting and whom they are excluding. I am guilty of this type of hurting and excluding.Continue reading »
I’m Lutheran in my blood.
I know it’s kind of strange and probably a cliché, but it’s true.Continue reading »
My name is Tracy, and I am a child of GOD. I’m also a graphic designer, homeowner, daughter, adopted, self employed, only child, sister, wisconsin resident, 30-something, tax payer, church council member, photographer, college graduate, drummer, apple fanatic, girlfriend, cousin, perfectionist, cat owner, web developer, Christian and gay.
Oh, and I’m completely terrified of spiders.Continue reading »