LOVE. What is love? Today I have seen a lot of people saying to "choose love, not hate" following the white supremacy event in Charlottesville. People saying that speaking about it and drawing attention to it just fuels it. People saying to choose love and not anger. Perhaps, love looks like a lot of different… Continue reading Responding in Love to Charlottesville – What Does Love Look Like?
Often in our society, male partner jealousy is romanticized. When men are aggressive, controlling, and jealous, it is seen as just another way to express their "love" for their partner. This is often portrayed in popular movies, books, and television shows as an attractive quality in men. I have heard women with controlling and jealous… Continue reading Jealousy is Not Romantic – by Charlie Grantham
Guest Post by Julie Meyer Taylor I spent the first twenty or so years of my life in an intensive study of the Bible. I attended Christian school where I memorized Bible verses every week, sang hymns every day, and read the Bible as part of our language arts curriculum. My parents read Bible passages at dinner and Bible stories at bedtime. I… Continue reading From Intuition to Conviction: My Life as An Egalitarian – One Woman’s Journey
This is my story. A part of my life that held many mistakes, much pain, and heartache I never knew possible. A part of my life I am not proud of. It is a part of my life that God has redeemed, restored, and forgiven me for as well as brought complete healing to me… Continue reading 13 Signs You Are Probably In An Abusive Relationship
Sisterhood. It's a word I hear a lot. A word I love. "Sisterhood" is simply a group of women linked together by a common denominator. To my Christian Social Justice Sisters, I am so grateful for you. I am so grateful for your hearts, your minds, your existence. Mothers, daughters, sisters, grandmothers, friends, soulmates. I… Continue reading Open Letter to the Sisterhood of Social Justice Warriors
The Bible is the mirror image we are to look in daily to be reminded who we are and whose we are. It is crucial that our leaders look into this mirror and tell us ALL of what they see. Because these stories are the DNA and legacy the next generation of world Christians will be carrying. I desire the greater church to find their inheritance and identity in Christ more than I was ever given opportunity, as a young woman of color, throughout my biblical pursuit and training. In order to do that, I believe church leaders will need to see themselves as the appointed Storytellers they are. Telling the full story of Jesus that includes women who bore many colors.
"Why do you advocate for women? We already have the same rights as men!" This is probably the most asked question I receive - mostly from other women. I advocate because I want a safer, brighter, and happier future for the next generation of women. Society still thinks a woman's "place" is in the home taking… Continue reading Advocating for Women: My Why