By Susannah Jones - Hocmuth In the Gilead House, we talk a lot about journeys. We talk about learning more about ourselves through serving others, and about discerning what God has planned for us next. Now, at the end of my service year, I have been looking back and admiring … [Read more...] about Journeys, Challenges, and Saying Thank You
By Rebecca Taylor I went to the March For Our Live march in DC on Saturday. It was incredible. I am always in awe of marches- I am in awe of people coming together for a common cause and purpose. I don’t know the majority of the people in the large crowds, and yet they feel … [Read more...] about Enough is Enough
By Hannah Hutchens When I started telling people I was moving to a new city with strangers and getting a job through a non profit doing something I had never done before; people reacted in all kinds of ways. They would insinuate I was doing it for money (nope not even close). … [Read more...] about You are so brave.
By Noah Browning Going through mundane motions of everyday life can be dull at times, but sometimes those mundane actions can have an affect on people. A few months into my year of service at Project PLASE I have a firm grasp on the daily life of the shelter and the clients. … [Read more...] about Growth
By Rebecca Taylor Advent has always been a special part of Christmas for me. Ironically it was a tradition I never associated with the Episcopal church. Instead it is a tradition rooted in my childhood. It wasn’t till much later in life did I realize how odd it was for a … [Read more...] about Advent