Christ at the Galilee

The sapphire blue waves of the Galilee sparked in the bright morning sun as I settled myself on the soft dewy grass near its rocky shore.  In a country that really has no end to its tourist season, I found myself mysteriously alone in the town of Capernaum. As I wandered aimlessly around the craggy… Continue reading Christ at the Galilee


Of Seminaries and Oppression

"It's so easy a girl could've done it," he chortled. This particular student was a telecommuter which means I had the distinct pleasure of hearing this shitty comment in stereo over the seminary's fantastic surround sound. Gee, thanks. "Really?" I stood directly in front of the camera, eyes burrowing into the lens.  The single word hung… Continue reading Of Seminaries and Oppression


Dreadlocks, Exhaustion and Name Games

We are quickly approaching my favorite time of the year here in Western New York. The summer is dying, exhaling its last golden breath before the long Autumn nights carry us into winter's silent twilight. Unquestionably Autumn is my favorite season - I can feel the energy of the earth withdrawing into itself, crackling underneath… Continue reading Dreadlocks, Exhaustion and Name Games