Transforming women’s sacred stories. Inviting yours.

This is what I want for you:

To experience yourself as whole, wise, and awe-inspiring.
Because you are.

To trust the knowing voice within that says, “You already know…”
Because you do.

To experience your story as one worth telling.
Because it is.

To walk through your days profoundly aware that you are not alone.
Because you are not, ever.

This I promise.

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Recent Posts:

On miracles…

I made a video a few days back in which I talked of Tabitha. Little known. Rarely told. Hugely significant. (This could be my tagline!) If you didn’t watch the video, here’s the quick recap: Tabitha dies. Her friends aren’t OK with that and so they send for Peter to come and bring her back to life – which he does. He says, “Tabitha. Get up.” She opens her... Read more...

Remember who you are (x3).

We are desperate to see ourselves in powerful and empowering ways. It’s no wonder: we have too-often and for too long been deprived of stories that remind us who we truly are. We are ravenously hungry for those stories, for the stories of women in our lineage, our line. Take heart! Though we live in a world that has based its predominant understanding of women on the (poorly told) story of... Read more...


Tears are a river that takes you somewhere…Tears lift your boat off the rocks, off dry ground, carrying it downriver to someplace better. ~ Clarissa Pinkola Estes I had been in months of conversation with my Spiritual Director – trying to theologically, ethically, psychologically puzzle out the pain of my marriage. Back then, the thought of leaving it never occurred to me. I had to make it work.... Read more...