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To deny Christ is something only Peter would do....right? #GoodFriday #LastSupper #deny #ChristianWalk #selfcare #Relationships #love #Jesus #easter
Someone accused me of being a religious person this week, and it offended me. Why? Because I don't want to be known for my religion, I want to be known for my relationship with Christ. What are YOU known for? #religion #christianity #socialjustice #love #election2020 #history #antiracist
I started to write about goal-setting and avocations today, but it didn't happen. Coronavirus got in the way. Instead, I offer my thoughts on reacting and reaching out (in a social-distancing kind of way, of course). #socialdistancing #avocation #goalsetting #love #pandemic
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The Need to Fight for Faith and Equality

You shouldn’t read this book…or maybe you should. It made me question a lot of my worldviews and how I see myself. Am I a feminist? A personist? Why do we still need to fight for faith and equality? What has the church been doing all this time? #sexism #racism #womensordination #patriarchy #complementarianism #headship #socialjustice #equality #bookreview

How to Use the Seven Most Important Words

Back-to-School Confession “Whatever happens today, tomorrow, this week, next week, or twenty years from now,” I said, “remember that you are loved.” I stood in front of 70 students and 20 staff members trying to facilitate the beginning-of-the-year school rules exercise. The room felt snug and a bit muggy. Ripe little bodies wiggled and released …

How to Gain the Freedom to Love

This week’s Self-care Sunday continues the theme of freedom. A Clean Bill of Health “Everything looks great!” the service manager told me, “you’re all set for another five-thousand miles.” For some reason, knowing that my car had no problems made me feel like I’d gotten a no-cavity report from the dentist. The freedom of having …

I’d Rather the Church Remain Silent

It is Better to be Silent… I read a heart-breaking post on Facebook this evening. A woman attends a church where the pastor—whose qualification consists of a seminary degree—has pulpit-shamed his congregation into abandoning their medications for depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses. The woman fears for her friend, who followed the pastor’s counsel and …

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