Our world is going through a very difficult time. Many people carry heavy burdens. Covid, racial injustice, political divisions and other pressing issues have rendered many with broken hearts and empty hands.
Psalm 51:16-17 says: “You do not delight in Read More
I’m particularly grateful for so much this year! For health and safety, for family and friends, for the chance I had to travel to the U.S. in March and to Norway in July, for ten years of marriage Read More
Before beginning my Doctorate studies, I had many conversations about the “why” and the “how”. Is it fiscally responsible to get more education as a white woman in a world where so many people of color have less access to Read More
Well, it happened! After 18 years of dreaming of starting a doctoral program in missiology, everything worked out and I am enrolled in the Doctor of Global Leadership: Redeeming Power and Liberating Equity for Gender/Ethnic Relations*. It’s quite surreal. See, Read More
The Covenant church comes from Sweden originally. In the beginning, it was a group of different churches that worked together and called themselves “Mission Friends”. Learning the history of the Covenant was impactful because we can learn that at its Read More
Almost a year of so much change, cancellations, discomfort as we adjust to different types of lockdown and limitations… and only 17 days until Christmas (as our 7-year-old reminded us this morning). What will this year look like?
I’ve been rather quiet here lately and thought I would try to catch up a bit. I’m currently involved in four groups that talk about race, anti-racism, reconciliation and a whole host of other topics. Three are offered Read More
I (Johnna) recently wrote this devotion for a two-day Zoom meeting with the Covenant team in Europe. Feel free to check out the Values Exercise. If you do it, I’d love to hear about it! You can comment below or Read More
Fabio’s been reading books by Brennan Manning and reading a bit about his life. He was a recovering alcoholic, soldier, journalist, priest, married, divorced (not necessarily in that order) who wrote about radical grace. Here’s a quote I came across Read More