(Click here to read Part One) Sometimes the noise, the sheer volume of information and distraction and need at every turn, leaves me feeling a bit panicked and bedraggled. I have invited the noise of marriage, four children, homeschooling, a homestead and a community of friends and neighbors and extended family and all that comes … Continue reading Searching for Balance in Our Digital World (Part 2)
We drive by a giant church on a hill on our way to school every week. I don't remember the name of this church. I know it is built of brown brick. And that it sits high enough above the road that you would see for miles were you to stand on its doorstep. The … Continue reading What “GOD’S MARRIAGE = ONE MAN + ONE WOMAN” Means to Me
First, a few things I feel compelled to include before I continue- 1. I feel zero resentment towards people who are religious. Zero. My qualms are with the system only. I think that is an important distinction and if I ever stray from that I hope you will let me know. 2. I don't want … Continue reading Church.com: Jesus and Doctrine According to Google
We were a few days into a week of Bible camp. I had helped lead a Bible class that morning. I was in high school. Outspoken. Zealous. Genuine. I had attended this camp for years, it was the same camp my parents attended when they were teenagers. Camp was my second home, the staff and campers … Continue reading I had one chance to show her Love. And I spent it debating theology.
Four months ago I found myself on the verge of a mental breakdown. It was the most intense experience I've ever gone through, natural childbirth included. It came on suddenly and unexpectedly. Hindsight has shown me the signs that led up to it but I didn't see them at the time. I am prone to … Continue reading Mental Health, School Shootings and The Upside Down