The Art of Gentle Confrontation

We feel most alive when we are in relationships with others. It’s how we’re wired – It’s human nature. When we spend time with others (and who doesn’t), we are bound to face some conflict, tension, power struggles, and hurts. So, the next time you feel you...

Community is Family That We Choose.

</radio silence> Or, in this case, I suppose </blog silence> would be more fitting. We kinda fell off the radar, didn’t we? But it wasn’t without good reason. We’ve had a lot going on here at Sanctuary and I think it’s time to share some of that with you....
Feed The Good Wolf

Feed The Good Wolf

There’s an old story that makes the Facebook rounds now and then. There are a few versions of it, but the gist is the same each time.   One bright winter day, a young Cherokee boy was out for a walk with his grandfather. Pausing to rest against a snowy...

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

In the ongoing, online, in-person, seemingly ubiquitous discussions about equal rights for women, gays, lesbians, minorities – pretty much anyone other than rich, white, American men – there is constant talk of “paradigm shift” and “changing the dialog.” And, while...