Category Archives: Soul-body Relationship

Soul Settling

Lincoln Park2

Sometimes my soul needs to breathe and settle. Sometimes I need to seek change – a new face, a new perspective. Sometimes I need to take my same walking route, but backwards, eyes open for what I’ve missed. Walking helps my soul settle…if I let it, that is. Often my thoughts take over and I don’t realize how they’ve consumed me until I become aware Read More →

Guest Blog for Ruby Slippers

Soulation's Gold Gathering

My introduction to Soulation, run by the wife and husband team of Jonalyn and Dale Fincher, occurred in a burst of light when Jonalyn spoke at Biola University soon after her book Ruby Slippers: How the Soul of a Woman Brings Her Home was published. What Jonalyn breathed and what the book exuded was exactly what my soul had been craving: freedom to step into Read More →

Riddle Me This.


As I was driving home from work today, various men on the street and in nearby cars at three separate times yelled “hii!”, whistled, and made lewd noises at me – all in a matter of 30 minutes. As a child I was taught that it’s rude to stare at, point at, or talk loudly about other people. Even if you are pointing out something Read More →

CBE Conference: Day 1


I was determined to make this trip my “vacation” even though I would be having a lot of intellectual stimulation, emotional expression, and very little time to relax. After I arrived at the hotel and explored my room, it hit me. I’m an adult. I’m a woman. I’m an adult woman. During life group a few weeks ago I had a conversation with a Sister Read More →