White Women, We Need To Do Better

Note: In this article, I have repeatedly used the term, "POC". I have received a comment suggesting that this is not a helpful term. I'm leaving the article as is written along with the comment at the end in order to be a learning tool. I made a mistake that made someone feel uncomfortable, and … Continue reading White Women, We Need To Do Better

August Reads

I am back to reading more than just novels in August. I am learning more about women and their role in culture, the Bible, and even in history. And I am learning some fascinating things. Women are amazing and powerful creatures that society needs to stop underestimating. We are capable of so much, even in … Continue reading August Reads

Islamophobia and Christian Culture

Nearly 9 years ago, I was sitting in the audience of a small Bible conference in Calgary, Alberta in Canada. I and my family had been involved with Last Days Bible Conference since its very first days in 2002. I volunteered each year in selling merchandise for the speakers, and I briefly helped run the … Continue reading Islamophobia and Christian Culture

An Apology to the LGBTQ+ Church

Current status: I'm sitting on a Bolt Bus waiting at the US border to continue my journey to see the love of my life and get a much needed break from work and life. And I just finished Searching For Sunday by Rachel Held Evans. The more I see from this woman, the more in … Continue reading An Apology to the LGBTQ+ Church

Small Great Things

I've just finished my 33rd book of the year. I've already failed miserably in my goal to reach 100 this year. Mainly because: life.  But I've read. And I've learned and I've grown. So I can't say it's a total failure. And the year is not over yet. I've still got a lot of reading … Continue reading Small Great Things