Author Archives: Alise

About Alise

I’m a lot of things, but more than anything else, I’m a woman in progress. I’m finding that out more and more all the time. Knitting is just a series of knots. I hope as my tangled thoughts are put out there, they will weave together into something that adds a little bit of beauty to the world.

Reflections on Why Christian 2018

Some thoughts about the ordination of women from someone who believed it was wrong. Continue reading

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I Can’t Agree to Disagree on the Nashville Statement

In light of the Nashville Statement, can we, as people of faith, have an “agree to disagree” view on sexuality? Continue reading

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There is no “but…”

There are no “buts” when we talk about racism. Continue reading

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Transgender Lives are not a Burden

We have to stop saying that trans people are a burden. Continue reading

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4 Ways to Overcome Choosing Sin when it comes to Homosexuality

It’s time we finally talk about homosexuality and your choice to sin. Continue reading

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My First Pride

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Wild Flowers and Maternity Clothes

Three years after my son’s stillbirth, I gave away my maternity clothes. Why it took so long. Continue reading

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