Monthly Archives: August 2012

Belonging

Kids play in the fountain, running and shrieking. Mothers call to them in Spanish. A woman sells Mole de Oaxaca and Agua Fresca at a stand next to a man selling fancy goat cheese. A young woman lies down on … Continue reading

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Sitting Next to Jesus

For this week’s blog, I thought I would share a post that I wrote for FullFill, which is a Christian women’s leadership magazine. The post is about broadening our focus in prayer. Here is the link: http://fullfillmagazine.blogspot.com/2012/08/sitting-next-to-jesus.html I also wrote a … Continue reading

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No me puedes llevar? (Can’t you take me?)

 I summarize my time in Tierra Blanca by saying it was a period of daily uncertainty and questions. Here is a piece that I wrote while I was there exploring the limits of my work and the morality of human … Continue reading

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