Born and raised a good Michigander, moved to Austin on a crazy journey to seminary. Now starting a whole new journey into marriage and ordained ministry. But still (according to my husband) barely reverend.
0 2840

Josephine Robertson St John’s Episcopal, Kirkland Proper 9C Isaiah 66:10-14, Luke 10:1-11, 16-20   Today’s passage is what makes Isaiah a prophet. Being a prophet of Israel is nothing...
0 938

The Rev. Josephine Robertson St. John's Episcopal Church, Kirkland
"Yo Mama's Pieta," a photo by Renee Cox, as seen in "Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People," a film by Thomas Allen Harris.
0 1775

She's not new here, she has walked across these same jagged shards of glass, the same broken concrete, her bare feet soaked with blood...
0 1029

Josephine Robertson St John’s Episcopal Church, Kirkland Proper 5C – 1st Kings 17:17-24, Luke 7:11-17   Perhaps the most famous sermon of all time is titled “Sinners in...
0 903

There once was a great city that stood at the crossroads of the known world. Philosophers, thinkers, theologians, scientists, all came to argue...
0 1147

Easter 4C 4/17/2016 Revelation 7:9-17
0 1812

0 1729

Statistics will tell you the world is no more dangerous today than it was in my childhood. But if certainly feels that way. Bombarded by...
0 1150

Humans are loud, violent creatures. Even when we don't want to be. I suspect some days that the reason most religious traditions include some...