Four reasons why I want to attend an affirming church.
4 reasons why I’ve stayed in non-affirming churches for so long.
It’s hard to be the Church by yourself.
If someone is being asked to make themselves something that they are not, are you actually welcoming that person to your church? If you’re asking someone to make themselves invisible, do you want them in you congregation?
In 1988, I met Jesus on a muddy hillside in Pennsylvania. I had caught glimpses before, but there, with the smell of pine needles and the body odor of a few hundred unwashed humans, I saw him clearly and I fell in love. I had been raised in the Church, but it took a long […]
Looking at Indiana’s RFRA law, I ask if we’re experiencing freedom from certain actions or freedom to certain actions, and how that relates to Christianity.
When we talk about trusting others with our hard things, there is a trust that they display as well.