This page features published writing by Johanna Jackson. It includes essays that relate to Forward in Faithfulness as well as other creative projects.
Essays are posted in reverse chronological order.
What Canst Thou Say,
Written for Quaker audiences, focuses on a call to ministry that unfolded during the first few weeks of the pandemic. it describes the bravery and faith needed to start a new endeavor during uncertain times.
The Sun Times News,
This article is a news update about the closing of a small business in Chelsea, Michigan. It explores the townspeople – from orchestra teachers to accountants to clerks – who moved in and through the building during its history.
With beautiful collages that convey something that words cannot, this personal, delicate poem shares about a time that consent was violated. Specific content about the event is not included. Note: This file takes a minute to download.
Aimed at environmental educators and teachers, this essay offers ideas for hands-on youth programs that celebrate one of Pennsylvania's native trees.