A Family Like Mine: Biblical stories of love, loss, and longing


Other Print Publications:

“A Word from Away” in Church: Confident or Closing? The Coronavirus lessons for the Church in Wales, by Ian Rees (May 2020)

“O Key of David” in O Wisdom: Advent Devotions on the Names of Jesus (Forward Movement, 2018)

“Blessed Bedbugs” in There’s a Woman in the Pulpit: Christian Clergywomen Share Their Hard Days, Holy Moments & the Healing Power of Humor, the Revd Martha Spong, editor, with a Foreword by the Revd Carol Howard Merritt (SkyLight Paths Publishing, 2015)

Articles and Links:

At Sojourners:

Why I’ve Made 100 Orange Stoles Addressing Gun Violence

At Red Letter Christians:

Uncivil War: Gilroy, guns, and White anger

Via RevGalBlogPals:

Turn out the lights

Suffer the children

Undomesticated Violence

At Religion Dispatches:

What American Flag Worship Looks Like to a New Citizen

Jeffress’ Statement about Trump’s God-given Authority is Nonsense

Via the Collegeville Institute:

The Sparrow (a poem)

Solstice (a poem)

At, website of the Cleveland Plain Dealer

Guns everywhere, but our safety is never more compromised (Opinion)

Rosalind C Hughes is a regular contributor to the Episcopal Cafe. Numerous credits include:

An autumn prayer (October 2019)

Disappointment as a spiritual practice (May 2019)

Cats and gods (June 2018)

Mark, immediately (April 2018)

As though (February 2018)

It’s not Trump’s to give away: Praying for peace in Jerusalem (December 2017)

Internal Mental Health Awareness Day(October 2017)

Time (Lords) for gender equality (July 2017)

Coexisting in Jordan (October 2016)

among many others

To book Rosalind to speak with your congregation, Bible Study, book group, or for any other questions, contact her at

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