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On Break-Ins and Broken Hearts: An Advent Reflection

By Kristyn Komarnicki We love movies about clever heists, where high-tech and highly organized thieves outwit security systems and break into “uncrackable” safes. We thrill to scenes of Cary Grant scaling rooftops in Hitchcock’s...

Difficult Discussions at Dinner?

Are you nervous about navigating potentially tricky conversations with loved ones today? ESA’s dialogue expert, Kristyn Komarnicki, shares some strategies for dialogue across difference.   JOIN US! We’re talking with our dialogue expert Kristyn...

That You May Abound in Hope

By Kristyn Komarnicki You tend to feel most hopeful when things are “going your way.”  You nail that first post-graduation job interview. You wake up to clear skies on your (April/outdoor) wedding day. Your...

The DNA of Hope

By Kristyn Komarnicki I live in a state of hopelessness. Pennsylvania is one of the few states that retain both the death penalty and a life-without-parole policy. And the death penalty is the ultimate...

Costly Grace

An interview with Rev. Rob Schenck By Kristyn Komarnicki “One of my favorite moments in the Gospels is when Jesus told his disciples what would be the hallmark of a Christian: ‘By this shall...

Porn: An Intergenerational Dialogue

On March 24th, ESA’s Oriented to Love Director Kristyn Komarnicki joined Jessieh Ruth Averitt for a conversation at Eastern University about pornography, sex, agency, and sexual freedom. Watch the video and join in the...