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Make Way for the Queen

If you haven’t seen the Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary, Notorious RBG, I highly recommend it. It is quite prescient at a time when women are starting to realize that if we want to live in a sane and loving world, we may have to actually wrest a good bit of the responsibility for governing it…

Catch Me on Women on the Remake

I recently had the joy of spending an hour with Leigh Moody and Kristin Smith on their new podcast “Women on the Remake.” I think their podcast fills such a need for women (and men) who are facing an opportunity, whether by force or choice, to remake their lives into something new. It’s scary, and…

The Silent Pause We Need

My friend Bill Brown, a professor at Columbia Theological Seminary and my occasional Sunday School teacher, wrote an amazing Easter piece here that discusses the empty tomb of Easter as almost prescient to the situation we find ourselves in, as we sit in quarantine due to COVID19. After all, Jesus’ first appearance after resurrection was to…

About Me

Hi. My name is Ashley.  In 2006, on the outside of my life, everything looked perfect. I was an active, young mom and attorney with a healthy new baby and an awesome husband. I’d go hiking or skiing on the weekends, and I had fun things like a retirement fund and vacation plans. But the…