Archive for August 2015

Raising Children Un-Fundamentalist – Part II

This is part 2 of my blog series where I attempt to sort out the complexities of parenting as a Christian with an evolving faith. How do we pass on the good bits of our faith while leaving out the bad? I lay the foundation of the series by addressing the disparity of power between adults…

Read More

Raising Children Un-Fundamentalist – Part I

You could interpret my NEW BLOG SERIES: “Raising Children Un-Fundamentalist” in two ways. It could be read as raising children as an un-fundamentalist parent, aka Christian blogger parent sorts out spiritual baggage online. Or, it could mean raising my children to NOT be fundamentalists, because that would be the best way for them to rebel against…

Read More

The Church, Disabled People, and Awkwardness

This post is part 9 and FINAL POST of my Summer Series featuring each of the Ten Christian Voices We Can’t Ignore from my e-book, Outside In, which you can get for free by subscribing to my newsletter here. I quote Tanya Marlow in my book, Outside In, on the chapter about disability. She is wise, strong, and as…

Read More

Rejecting Passionless Hope

This post is part 8 of my Summer Series featuring each of the Ten Christian Voices We Can’t Ignore from my e-book, Outside In, which you can get for free by subscribing to my newsletter here. Today I am excited to introduce my friend, Jessica Kelley. She and I have a somewhat morbid relationship in which we love to talk…

Read More

The Beauty of Deconstruction

It has become cool to be cynical. There is a current generation of disillusioned evangelicals, who for various reasons, has been pushing back at the religiosity of their upbringing, trying to shed the spiritual baggage that has unknowingly been borne on their backs. There’s the mid-size suitcase of fundamentalist legalism, the duffle bag of a…

Read More
%d bloggers like this: