Church Leadership, Ministry, Women of Color, Race Issues in the Church, social justice

Church, Why Are You Afraid of Racism?

  Church! We just saw white men who are self-proclaimed Christian Nazis and KKK members carrying tiki torches, marching and instilling fear into Virginia, and we did nothing. Not one thing did we do to care for the people who were and are affected by it. Not one thing did we do to edify or… Continue reading Church, Why Are You Afraid of Racism?

Equality, Race Issues in the Church, social justice

Responding in Love to Charlottesville – What Does Love Look Like?

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?

Abuse, marriage, social justice, women's issues

13 Signs You Are Probably In An Abusive Relationship

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

Equality, Patriarchy, social justice, women's issues

Open Letter to the Sisterhood of Social Justice Warriors

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