Potluck

A collection of narrative homilies about belonging, about connecting over shared meals, about cooking with beautiful ingredients, about memories of a warm tradition and a new interpretation of it. The stories speak of second chances, undivided plates, messes, and giving. It is about finding, trying, sampling, serving up a plate. And it is about making a place for everyone at the table. 
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Living In The Sacred Now

This is probably still my favorite thing I have written.  I see the seeds of what makes me love writing in this collection.  39 vignettes of being “between”:  between young and old, day and night, here and there, water and wine.  It is a call to inhabit the moment.  
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Finding Your Way Through Grief

This is the most personal book I have written.  After contracting with my publisher to write it, we got the news that my mother was diagnosed with lung cancer.  She passed away in November, and my manuscript was due in February.  January, I began to put thoughts on the page, and I hope that somewhere in my own grief recollection, I have given threads of comfort for other grievers.  
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Simplicity

My freshman outing, this book is a reminder of the basic paradigm from which I must function.  Simplifying my life in body, soul, and spirit, I am more likely to actually reflect the goodness of the image of God somewhere along the way.  It is descriptive, and prescriptive, narrative and part self-help.  
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Even God Rested

I am too busy.  I overcommit.  I do not do boundaries well.  So I thought I should write about how to slow down and approach life from a more sane perspective. The model of God working and doing his best for six days, and then stepping back to enjoy it and rest, ceasing from and feasting on, was the inspiration for this project.  
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