Faith and Giving

I was fortunate while I was an undergraduate at the University of Georgia. My parents were generously willing to cover my expenses after scholarships and encouraged me to focus on school rather than get a part-time job. This was an obvious luxury because many of my...

Time: The Great Equalizer

Time. In some ways it is the great equalizer. No matter what we have or lack of other resources, we all have the same amount of time each day—24 hours. Yet for most of us, it seems there is rarely enough.  Never have I felt this more viscerally than in motherhood. I...

Let’s Bring our Talents to the Altar

In so many ways Anglicanism has ruined me. When we were in college and newly in love,  Spencer and I tried our best to find a church together. It was a tumultuous time to be Episcopalian, and my home church was in the midst of a split. There was no Anglican church...

What is the chief end of Man?

I once read an article that changed the way I think about time.  The gist of the article went something like this: Watch your “nos” and your “yeses” will take care of themselves; every time we say “yes” to something, we say “no” to something else.  This statement has...