Say “vacation” to seven different people, and you will trigger seven different ideas of what a vacation is. When summer arrives and the kids are out of school—or, when summer arrives and folks in the second half of life feel motivated to emerge from winter cocoons—it would help if, first of all, we define what [...]
For your Friday/weekend enjoyment, here’s one of my favorite-ever chefs with his recipe for popcorn shrimp!
I come from a family of foodies. My mother’s a great cook, as were her mother and grandmother before her. My dad was a great cook, as was his mother before him. Both my grandmas came of age during the Great Depression, so they knew a thing or two about growing their own food and [...]
I believe that in the kingdom of God, swords will be beaten into plowshares. In general, I do not approve of warfare as a viable solution to problems—I hope that the human race will evolve beyond such violent measures. I have marched in anti-war rallies and registered my complaints with senators and representatives. My strongest [...]
If you are attending the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress this week, please join me for a brief talk about practical ideas on how to engage your mind and free your soul this Lent. Ginny Kubitz Moyer, author of Random MOMents of Grace, will be there too! Complimentary tea, coffee, and breakfast pastries will be [...]