Monthly Archives: May 2009

Sexuality Series

Visit to see my new blog series on sexuality.  🙂

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June 13th workshop

Tired?  Burned Out?  Need new self-care ideas?   Come to Monrovia on June 13th to discover new ways of connecting with God and other women.  Workshop includes creative elements as well as art journaling and contemplative prayer opportunities.  Even if those words sound scary this is a great introduction to self-care and recovering perfectionist activities.  We would love to have you! June 13th Monrovia, CA 10am to 2pm Workshop includes

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Authentic Art Journaling

I created some space to art journal and I wanted to share them with you.

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What are we fighting for

It’s finals week on the campus where I work which can only mean one thing: summer break is 48 hours away.  To me it means quiet, rest, and a slower pace, but it also brings with it space for reflection and planning.  I’m entering into a reflective mode this week as students wrestle with, “What’s next?” and I find myself asking the same question.  One student said yesterday she has

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Social Justice is Sexy

Earlier this year, the students working in my office had a great conversation after a “spoken word” event.  This student, Bethany, brought to light what many of her peers had been talking about:  It’s very “in” right now to like social justice.  This term is thrown around so much we have lost it’s very meaning.  It is the new “sexy.”  A person can easily go out in their Tom’s shoes,

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