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July Reads

Okay! So last month’s reads were more based on, “I need to chill. I need to not think about big things for a while.” So, where I’d normally have read something on mental health or spirituality, I decided to focus more on fiction. I’ve got several theology-centred books that I’m already working through for August… Continue reading July Reads

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June Reads

I am a little later than usual in sharing the books I read. I guess this summer is going by faster than expected. How is it already mid-July? Anywho, here are the books that I read last month. As always, if you've also read any of these I would love to hear your thoughts! An… Continue reading June Reads

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“Shameless” Review

Last night, I finished the latest book written by Nadia Bolz-Weber, “Shameless”. This is the book I wish I could have read 4 years ago when I was beginning to question the teaching I’d received my entire life from the church in regards to sexuality, gender roles, and the marginalized (particularly the LGBTQ+ community). Nadia… Continue reading “Shameless” Review

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Damaged Goods: The Book

Damaged Goods by Dianna E. Anderson is my latest read. You need to read this now. All of you. Stop what you’re doing and hop over to Amazon and get a copy. Then come back to finish reading this, please. This is the book I wish I’d read before I started dating. This is also… Continue reading Damaged Goods: The Book