White Women, We Need To Do Better

Friends, can we talk about that John Macarthur clip for a moment? I feel like we’ve done a great job covering the sexism, which was the main rant in the clip. But keep listening. There was something else being said. Jonny Mac spends a good deal of time talking about how feminists are not looking … 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

Eshet Chayil

I began to write this poem after watching the funeral of Rachel Held Evans. I listened to her friends and family describe her as a woman who always asked the hard questions, always loved, always gave of herself when she could. I couldn't stop thinking to myself, "They are talking about a woman who was … Continue reading Eshet Chayil

“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

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

Proud To Be A “Broken Wolf”

On April 21, Joe Carter, of The Gospel Coalition, posted an article he'd written entitled, "Beware of Broken Wolves". He was vague enough to allow himself room to deny that it was directed at anyone in particular, however he did show his hand: "Many of us men—including elders called to protect their flock—remain silent hoping … Continue reading Proud To Be A “Broken Wolf”