Contributor: Tuhina Rasche

Rev. Tuhina Verma Rasche is an ordained minister of Word and Sacrament in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is a 2012 graduate of Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. She lives a hyphenated life as a second-generation Indian-American woman. Tuhina loves all sorts of stories and believes narratives integral to building relationships. She has served as a young adult mentor with The Forum for Theological Exploration, blogs at This Lutheran Life and Medium, is a contributing writer to The Salt Collective, tweets at @tvrasche, recently co-curated a subversive online Advent devotional, and is the Networker for and co-conspirator with #decolonizeLutheranism. When she’s not writing or working to decolonize mainline Protestant traditions, Tuhina usually is reading anything she can get her hands on, listening to podcasts on pop culture, or watching movies.

There Will Always Be a Crisis

The Radical Politics of Finding Sanity, Grounding, and Grace in a Chaotic World

There has always been a crisis. There will always be a crisis until God reconciles the world to God’s self. Until that time comes, there will be crisis after crisis. In these days, it’s absurd to simply say that there is a crisis. There seems to be a crisis every 24 hours, if we’re lucky. Some days, the crises seem to pile one on top of the other into a fantastic... Read more