I was bored. My crinoline underskirt prickled my legs, but I pushed it down and arranged my hands in my lap, thinking about the weekend trip to the Oregon coast tide pools with my family. It was 1958, and in my Mutual class I was listening to the umpteenth lesson on the importance of chastity […]
“A Tongue to Cry to Thee” by Sarah Safsten
I. The mountains were parched, their summer thirst unquenched by shallow stores of snowpack. The reservoirs were dangerously low. Each day, the sky (and my...
“Run. Breathe. Repeat.” by Heidi Toth
My sacred space is everywhere, though for only a brief moment because with each step, each breath, I am in another space.
“Letting Go of My Holy Place” by Alma Frances Pellett
But this time it is different. As much as I love being in that place, and still hold it as holy, I know that it is not the place for me any longer.
“Wandering in the Wilderness” by Aislynn Collier
The journey from knowing to believing is where the wilderness becomes holy and beautiful.
“Dumpster Sunday School” by Holly Mancuso
This impromptu dumpster Sunday School had become a holy space, a place of acceptance, learning, love, and light — the very epitome of what I had expressed hope for in my testimony.