Julie B. Sevig
When I'm not working, I'm at home with my partner, Michelle, and our children Peder, 7, and Oliver and Annika, 4, and two kitties. Our lives our centered by our community of faith: Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (two blocks west of Wrigley Field ). We love our church and are so proud of the ELCA! Every time I pick up the newest issue of our magazine, I'm reminded how thankful I am to be part of this church.
I've also written two books: Peanut Butter and Jelly Prayers (Morehouse, 2007) — table prayers for families with young children; and Laughing with Lutherans (Skandisk, Inc., 2008), 20 years of the best of the The Lutheran's "Light side" page that I also have the good pleasure to edit.
Articles by Julie B. Sevig:
- Generosity coach
What a title change can do for you
- TodavÃa prestando servicio despuÃ©s de todos estos aÃ±os
El Fondo de JubilaciÃ³n para Necesidades Especiales les da a los jubilados un empujon financiero
- Still serving after all these years
Special Needs Retirement Fund gives retirees a financial boost
- Treasures without turmoil
Readers advise how to distribute heirlooms after a family death
- Bringing God into it
Congregations called to encourage worshipful weddings and support marriages
- Faces of faith
... at the end of an uphill climb in Kenya
- Returning warmth
Burma refugees not your usual quilters
- Committed & challenged
'They'll be there until the last person turns off the lights'
- Simple living, simple giving
Organization helps us keep meaning in Christmas
- Bishop proposes new churchwide structure
- Goodbye Dad. I love you.
Sometimes there is no chance
- Permission to play
Intergenerational authors find 18 practices we can use to reset our lives
- Porch lullabies
Mary would be proud of ministry done in her name
- Do life
African word reminds youth: 'I am because we are. We are because Christ is.'
- Transplanted & blooming
Ione Hanson embraces her new role even as she grieves her old one
- Presbyterians address sexuality at assembly
- Do you know where your teenager is?
Atlanta, of course
- Welcome home
- Chaplain is conduit of war horrors
- Faith over fear
After arsenic poisoning, Maine congregation receives 'an extra dose of consolation'
- What's so funny about church? Plenty!
- Extremists target Asian ministries
- Living water
The catechumenate moves people to faith and font
- No heart problems
- When the pastor comes calling
- Synod barnyard
- Good news goats
Farm animals offer hope to struggling farmers in Kenya
- Name that Advent tune
But keep those carols at bay
- sacred spaces
Readers are transformed by the presence and mystery of God
- Ho, celebrate the mission!
Many find a place at the global table in Hickey, N.C., & Minneapolis
- Daily work
Job ministry helps immigrants find 'anything is possible'
- 'This is a marathon'
In New York, people come to communion with tears
- Keeping clergy burnout at bay
- Fishing with a net(work)
Congregation helps job-seekers make contacts
- Church Council approves health-care add-on
- WhatÂ´s in a name?
Congregational names reflect times, places and mission
- 'Come, let us eat'
Providing a ministry of food and presence in a frantic world
- Who will take care of them?
In Tanzania, the church and AIDS orphans give each other hope
- Assemblies discuss Middle East conflict
- Crossing boundaries
Power, vulnerability susceptible to sexual misconduct
- Resurrection wheat
Seeds & soil connect liturgy & life
- Joyful peacemakers
Against the odds, Sudanese women unite
- You're asking what?
Pastors sound off on questions asked by call committees
- Think forward
Five-year project shapes resources for Renewing Worship
- Brooklyn: 'A good place to do God's work'
- ELCA woman dies of anthrax
- Communion of saints
- When I was 17
6 New York teenagers reflect on being 17 this year
- Knit one, pray one
- Healing in Brooklyn
'Will I ever be able to go to Burger King?'
Blogs by Julie B. Sevig: (Read All)
- Park ranger memorial service streaming live
- Ranger’s memorial service announced
- Stan Olson named Wartburg Seminary president
- 'Fast Eddie' Soistman dies in car accident
- Pamela Jolicoeur, president of Concordia College, dies
- Summer is here!
- Good health means less screen time
- A no-brainer: use the lunch hour
- A 'dignified and respectful' recovery
- Larson body located
- A Reformation gift
- Fighting hunger with words & wallets
- As for me and my church, we'll stay AND give!
- Menopause Ministry
- Please, give me some good news!
- How will you change the world?
- Wedding procession at ELCA church a YouTube sensation
- Cronkite: from acolyte to anchor
- A hootenanny is like church?
- Doctor shot Sunday morning at ELCA church
- A virtual tip of the hat
- Lutheran publications, authors, designers win awards for 2008 work
- Seafarers in the spotlight
- Shaking out the house
- LVC gets a nod from Michelle Obama
- God's holy joke
- Craigslist killer gets life in prison; victim's family responds
- Hail, hail this freelancer's life
- Finally a bat mitzvah!
- Facebook for good
- A handwritten letter
- Laughing with Lutherans
- Insomnia for Obama
- Remember the poor
- Ohio: Close Obama encounter
- Dash & ellipsis: confessions of an overuser
- Pennies for peace
- ELCA Youth Gathering half full
- Celebrate with song
- One in a billion!
- Obama an honorary Lutheran?
- In praise of quilts & camps
- Obama worships with ELCA congregation
- Memory makers
- Summertime rituals
- Dancing with Matt
- Saving lives
- You can go home again...
- Missing Aunt Hannah