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From Death to Life

Pregnant Woman

Editor’s Note:  This may be difficult to read if you have pain around not being able to have a child or to breastfeed. Holy Week is a powerful time.  It is a time to tell a powerful story.  It is a time to tell stories of death turning to life. My body has often felt […]

Wanting the Manger to Stay Empty

Dec 2013 Empty Manger and Cross

Editor’s Note: This Advent, join us for a series of articles that reflect on journeys and travel in our lives. Advent reminds us that we’re not quite there yet, that getting from point A to point B is a form of waiting. We hope this series of articles will help you find a few moments […]

Hopeful Signs: An Advent Sermon on John 1:6-28


We expect some of the same things around Christmas: the same message, the same songs, the familiar traditions of it all.  We still have to work to prepare the way of the Lord.  For my family, this Christmas is different.  Advent is different.  Pregnancy has made it so, and I have come to understand that […]

“The Reverend Doctor”

by Sarah Lund I might be one of the first among my young clergywomen peers to become a doctor. Why did I do it? My competitive nature.  I am the youngest of five children and three of my siblings are doctors (two medical and one academic).  The one without his doctorate is the smartest of […]

“The Priest Said the C-Word!”

by Sarah Lamming “Sarah, do you think I had sex last night?… I mean, I can't remember… He's left me money for the pill, so I guess we may have… I didn't shave my legs…” I had this conversation while I was discerning my calling to be a parish priest in the Church of England. […]