Infrequent, largely lighthearted posts. Vague thoughts of heavier material in the future – and that may never happen.
Where sexual abuse, cancer, and redemption collide. Here, I blog about a God who redeems incredible evil and suffering and never lets us go even when we let go of Him.
life and theology from the perspective of Mennonite thinker
I love the Lord because other people spent time describing Him to me. I feel indebted to them – and Him – so I blog, hoping that my honest confessions from my own journey with God will encourage women to seek and know Him.
Hi, I’m Esther and this blog contains my moderately curious, generally critical, yet fiercely hopeful thoughts about education, Mennonite culture, and traveling.
Thoughts about living well and walking toward wholeness on this side of Eden. A globe-trotter’s guide to simplicity, beauty, and serendipity in normal life.
Ultimate Metaphor – when earth mimics heaven
As a middle school English teacher who often notices metaphors, I love seeing how God uses mundane life to show who He is and who He is not. Richard Foster says “The material world is created, in part, so as to make visible…the realm of the invisible.”
WrittenDownBig – a canvas for wonderings, thinkings and discoveries
I write about literature, subjects I care about, and the stuff of daily life.