Obedience to God Means Unpredictability to the World


Our friend Rev Amy J Rohler shares with us this week. More about Rev Amy:

Rev. Amy J. Rohler is the Executive Director of Community Helping Hands, a non-profit based in Jamestown, NY that helps low-income individuals and families with emergency needs for clothing and furniture, as well as providing opportunities for work experience and skill building for participants on public assistance. Rev. Rohler holds a B.A. in English from Seattle Pacific University, a Masters in Religion from Yale Divinity School, and a Masters of Divinity from North Park University. She moved to Jamestown in 2009 from New York City, where she and her husband co-pastored a church in the United Nations neighborhood. Although she was born in Oregon and lived there until she was 18, she has also lived in Seattle, WA; Sioux City, IA; New Haven, CT; North Branch, MN; Chicago, IL and New York, NY. Rev. Rohler has two children, ages 3 and 5. She loves reading, writing, being outside and community development.

Simple Wisdom: Proverbs 4

”What is being transfigured here is your mind,
And it is difficult and slow to become new.
The more faithfully you can endure here,
The more refined your heart will become
For your arrival in the new dawn.”
”For the Interim Time” by John OD (from To Bless The Space Between Us)

Founding community member and chaplain Jana Dluehosh shares with us about her experience looking for and leaning into wisdom.