Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Poor People’s Campaign & 50 Years Later

I was honored to share on the radio show "On the Record" (WYPR Public Radio 88.1) my thoughts on Dr. King's Poor People's Campaign and what it means for us today. You can listen at the following link: http://wypr.org/post/poor-peoples-campaign-50-years-later.   … [Read more...]

What Do These Stones Mean?

At my job, we have a new interim dean, except he’s not new. He’s been at the school for years. In fact, this is his third stint as dean. And because it is my role to support the dean, he and I have had many conversations about what we would like to do in our department. A concept that keeps coming up over and over again in our conversations is the idea of institutional knowledge. My new temporary … [Read more...]

Reflections & Worshipping Above Sorrow

"I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world” (John 16:33). I dread the month of June every year. It’s a hard month for me. It’s difficult because I was married on June 19th and my husband died on June 21st after our third wedding anniversary. It’s been four years since he died, but this time of … [Read more...]