By Heather Walker Peterson

Heather Walker Peterson examines her journey from shame to acceptance of her embodied, womanly self.

By Ann Boyd

We're standing on the cusp of summer. In Chicago, we aren't quite there yet — vacation schedules haven't fully begun, local pools are still closed, and the strawberries continue to be tinged with green. But as my school-year responsibilities draw to a close, I find myself looking ahead. What might God have for me this summer?