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Brethren Life and Thought is a joint publication of Bethany Theological Seminary and the Brethren Journal Association. The journal solicits thoughtful interpretive essays, scholarly articles, and short creative works, including poetry, related to the faith, heritage, and practices of the Church of the Brethren and related movements.

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Kimberly Koczan-Flory

KimberlyNot long ago, I was uncertain if I would be a Bethany student. My calling to ministry holds a strong commitment to the church, but has always extended beyond church doors. I am passionate about the ways God is moving within congregations, but committed also to those who seek God outside of the institutional structures. One of the primary places. I feel most fully engaged in life-giving ministry is as a spiritual director. Several years ago I completed a certification program in spiritual direction and feel deeply honored to listen with individuals, groups, and organizations about how ordinary life meets with our extraordinary God.