I live in Seattle and work as Spiritual Care Manager at a local hospital. Besides being a hospital chaplain, wife, and mother, I like to play with theology and faith and apply it in the world I live in. Everything I know about God gets put to the test by my experiences in the real world, and everything I experience in the real world affects how I understand God to be present to us. I was a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) for 30 years, then joined Seattle Mennonite Church in 2016.
The fruits of my reflections and real-world application are what you will see on these pages. The Quaker emphasis on inward, unmediated revelation will continue to inform my reflections. The Mennonite emphasis on the Sermon on the Mount – discipleship, or what we are called to do as followers of Jesus – is growing steadily more important in my faith life.
Over at Susanne’s Quaker Musings, I reflected on life and faith through a Quaker lens for several years., but I no longer add blog posts on that site.