Tag: relationships

A Sabbath Retreat…But Where? (Guest Post by Kate Rademacher)

A Sabbath Retreat…But Where? (Guest Post by Kate Rademacher)

After being honored to get a sneak peak of Dana Trent’s forthcoming book, For Sabbath’s Sake, I was inspired by her reflections on various approaches to observing the sabbath. In particular, I was struck by a practice that Vanna Fox, senior vice president of the 

Sabbath for the Stay-Home Parent (Guest Post by Lee Ann M. Pomrenke)

Sabbath for the Stay-Home Parent (Guest Post by Lee Ann M. Pomrenke)

The children are asleep; this is my sabbath. My rhythms are different now that I am a full-time-at-home mom for awhile. I cannot wait for a day of sabbath at the end/beginning of a week. I need it every day, twice a day, actually. Nap 

33 Lessons I’ve Learned in 33 Years

And I will stroll the merry way And jump the hedges first And I will drink the clear Clean water for to quench my thirst And I shall watch the ferry-boats And they’ll get high On a bluer ocean Against tomorrow’s sky And I will 

Responses to Rachel Held Evans’ “Ask an Interfaith Couple” Post

Last week, Rachel Held Evans’ posted “Ask an Interfaith Couple (Christian-Hindu)” on her blog as a part of her “Ask a” series. Fred and I were honored to be the guests of this post—which drew 96 comments and/or questions! (Thank you all for contributing!) Rachel 

Dream Big: BookExpo America

Two years ago, I left my job at Duke University to write a book. Today, I fly to New York to attend the largest publishing event in North America in preparation for the October 1 release of Saffron Cross. You, my husband, family, and friends 

Saffron Cross Goes to BookExpo America

This story is strange enough, and told well enough, that it could become bigger than folks might expect. —Swami Bhakti Abhaya Ashram, writer, teacher and bhiksu at Sri Caitanya Sanga Interfaith Adventures of a Non-Traditional Marriage Our Baptist-Hindu match has been just strange enough to