Guest post by Becca (Exile Fertility) What if our Torah was the five books of Zipporah–a birdsong instead of a patriarch’s tale? What emphasizes would have shifted, how would God’s
I was nine or ten, around the age that my own wide-eyed, freckle-nosed daughter is now, when the Children’s Director at my church picked The Ten Commandments for movie night.
Guest post by Bronwyn Lea I went into motherhood with carefully weighed expectations: I knew there would be fierce joy, thousands of photos too cute to delete, sleep deprivation, tantrum-taming,
Guest post by Megan Kimmelshue We are three kids in three years in and I’ll be honest. So many times I wake up in the morning and say, “I do
In Sunday school they taught us about God our Father and—if we were lucky—perhaps about Jesus our Brother. In youth group we learned about Jesus our Best Friend and in
Ferguson, ISIS, Mental Health, Ebola, ALS and the Ice Bucket Challenge: Why these issues (and others) should’t be at odds with one another. I have two long-time friends who are
Photo by khalilmsaadiq. I’m a white, middle-class American, married with two kids, an education, a nice car, a fulfilling job, and a supportive faith community around me. By all counts,
I’ll pray come Jesus, come. Because I don’t know how to pray when little girls disappear off the map and grown men are afraid to find them because of
For three pregnancies in a row I’ve dealt with some serious heart-stuff in relation to being a mom. Each time I’ve immediately written about it and let it “all hang
What if entering into rest has less to do with the circumstances we find ourselves in than it does the company we find ourselves in? Augustine said, “Our hearts
I had a day last week filled with both excitement and dread. The dread ended up deflating itself once brought into the light of day, leaving me only with excitement.