In Which I Sit With My Husband – Cristina Williams






In Which I Sit With My Husband



In this reflection, I explore how God reveals himself when we pay attention to our surroundings and remain open to the possibility of presence.




Cristina Williams received her B.A. in English Secondary Education 16 years ago and has put it to good use by reading copious amounts of picture books to her two children and filling a stack of mismatched journals. 

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  • Karen entered the PhD program in the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts after careers in corporate management and consulting, followed by service in pastoral, social and theatre ministry. Under the supervision of Trevor Hart, she is exploring theological and theatrical contexts of ’empty space’ and general human disposition toward it, with emphasis on improvisation and Holy Saturday. Since 2017, Karen has led or advised ITIA’s Transept group, a postgraduate student-led group of multidisciplinary practicing artists. As Editor of Transpositions, she is fostering a closer partnership between Transpositions and Transept.