Fierce, Free, And Full of Fire by Jen Hatmaker

Okay, I admit it. I am a bit late with my review. I was overjoyed a couple of months ago when I found out that not only would I be a part of Jen Hatmaker's launch team for her latest book, "Fierce, Free, And Full of Fire", but I was also one of a group … Continue reading Fierce, Free, And Full of Fire by Jen Hatmaker

Mental Health in the midst of Pandemic

How are we all doing today? I'll be honest, I am struggling. I'm lucky. My partner has his job. We have a roof over our heads and food in our fridge. We're young and reasonably healthy. We're able to practice social distancing to protect ourselves and others. I know I am lucky. I know there … Continue reading Mental Health in the midst of Pandemic

Coronavirus and The End Of The World

In my home growing up, I was told to prepare myself for The Great Tribulation. The Great Tribulation, for anyone not familiar with either my work or the Last Days movement, is a doctrine within certain sects of Christianity that describes hardship in the end times. The prediction is that during this time of tribulation, … Continue reading Coronavirus and The End Of The World

Called Out From The Comfort of Certainty

I grew up in a black and white world. There was truth and there was deception; there was right and there was wrong. We knew the truth about salvation, righteousness, and sin. There was no room for questions because all of the answers had been found.  I attended various denominations throughout my life. But the … Continue reading Called Out From The Comfort of Certainty

No, It’s Not Okay To Hate Kids

A discussion came up in one of my Facebook groups recently about people who hate children. Here was my comment: Hating children is no different than hating any other group of people It’s a reflection of where that person is. They have biases that are triggered by any number of things (upbringing, culture, trauma, etc...) … Continue reading No, It’s Not Okay To Hate Kids

November Reads

Okay! Back on time with alllllll of the books that I read in November. As always, if you've read any of these books feel free to leave me a comment and let me know your own thoughts! The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens (Finished November 1) I seem to be getting back into classics, … Continue reading November Reads

An Open Letter to a Reader

Today, I received an email from someone through my site. Ordinarily, I would not choose to respond in such a public way to a person's private email, but since it is so exemplary of the boundary-crossing and obsessive mindset that I used to witness often during my time in Evangelicalism, I thought it would be … Continue reading An Open Letter to a Reader