Leading the closing liturgy at Camp Arcadia where I was a Guest Lecturer for the week: praying, speaking, teaching, sharing, gathering, encouraging, opening hearts and minds. What a joy to use all my gifts in one place.
Speaking on my thesis work at CUW, an event put together by a local circuit pastors group and the university working in partnership.
Speaking to students at CUAA about what it means to be happy; next we emptied the bleachers and took to the floor to learn how to shut out all the noise so we can hear God’s voice. [/caption]
Concordia NY celebrates its new President, Rev. Dr. John Nunes, with a series of panel discussions entitled “How, then, should we live together?” I spoke to the issue of Gender in the Church and the World.
Talking with middle school students throughout Indianapolis about prayer, silence, and listening to the voice of the One who made you, bringing themes from my book “happy are those” to life. This shot was taken at St. John’s Lutheran, Indy, where they are raising up a curious crop of passionate young writers.
Heather talks with Pastor Matt Popovitz about Man Turned in on Himself at OSNY Midtown
LINC L.A. meets The Great Company’s great leaders, Carl Choi & Ray Lin
Some of the faithful of HOPE L.A. at our first work party
Visiting the church of Pastor Johnson Rethinasamy, Queens NYC; Heather & Susilla
Weaving God into a wedding talk about love and running
Leann offers a few pointers as we shoot our first icktank promo
Some of the beautiful young people who gathered at the first Belong Conference hosted by The Liturgists
Backstage with all the artists for the Labor of Love Concert: our mission “that all may be one”
icktank with some great CUI friends: Dr. Mike Middendorf, Craig Olsen, Fr. Mussie Behre, Dominic Rivkin
On the campus of Concordia Wisconsin with Senior Executive VP, Gretchen Jameson, and First Lady, Tammy Ferry
With Amanda Ozaki-Laughon shooting a promo at CUI for EYES TO SEE: Daring to care about human trafficking in SoCal
Helping with the liturgy at HOPE L.A. where our sanctuary reminds us daily that we are all a work in progress
Fr. Mussie is one of four Ethiopian Archbishops in the U.S.: he got his MA in Theology at CUI because of the deep love that Lutheran had shown him in the U.S.
A moment of joy with a new friend in the big tent in Taize; my 2011 pilgrimage there marked the beginning of a very fruitful season