Transit Lounge Link-Up!


I’m just sending off this quick note from the edge of Lake Victoria in Uganda. We’re amid our seventh annual Amahoro Gathering, surrounded by African friends, leaders, thinkers, practitioners and writers. I’m also basking in the joy of sharing this with my SheLoves friends Idelette, Tina, Leigh, Claire and Fiona. So much goodness!

But this week is the time for a link-up for those who read Colossians Remixed: Subverting the Empire. Since I knew I’d be away and have my hands quite full, I asked Caris Adel to help host this month. She so graciously accepted! So please read her own response and link in your response to Colossians Remixed HERE!

Thanks, once again, for reading / tweeting / responding with me this month. Now you can say you’ve read a commentary cover to cover – and survived!

The read for June is No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam by Reza Aslan. I packed it in my suitcase and am eager to begin reading when I return to Burundi next week! Hope you’ll join me again – I love reading in community with you.

Blessings and Amahoro (peace) from Uganda!



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