Dr. King, Bonhoeffer and other modern martyrs who stood in God's love (Westminster Abbey)


Standing in God’s Love with Bonhoeffer and MLK

Written on January 14, 2018

The holiday to honor MLK is almost upon us. I’m listening to the service in his honor led by Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II and also thinking of a book I recently read, “Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy” about another martyr to justice whose courage was instructed by God’s love. The book I read,…

Dr. Alice Green on Community


Dr. Alice Green- A Justice Journey Interview

Written on June 11, 2017

I’ll admit to being a but flustered interviewing Dr. Alice P. Green. I would get to once again see the woman who granted me my first college internship and who is a leading activist for justice in Upstate NY.  Being dazzled and flustered is why I have no photograph of the legendary activist. But photos aside,…

Climate March


Climate March- or “There is No Planet B”

Written on May 1, 2017

Marches and political resistance are the only times I’m comfortable sharing cliches publicly.  In this case, I feel completely justified marching with a sign that says “There is no planet B” on one side and #ClimateChangeIsReal on the other?  Why? Because climate change is real. I earnestly think that it is the most important issue…

Shmaltz Brewing, Clifton Park NY


Pints, Planned Parenthood, and Palm Sunday

Written on April 9, 2017

I’m a Christian feminist and I believe bodily autonomy is a prerequisite to living a fulfilling, spiritual  life.  And I also like a good pint. With that in mind, when I was told that Shmaltz Brewing was donating $1 per pint to Planned Parenthood Mohawk Hudson, I knew my husband and I would have to…

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