Posts made in July, 2014


    Sometimes I feel like I am a 25-year-old, female version of Rip Van Winkle. The man who fell asleep, only to wake up and realize years of events had passed by without him even knowing it. I feel like this because being the history lover that I am, there have been many times over the past several years of my life, where I realize just how much American history I missed growing up and how much there is still to learn. Growing...

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Finding Feminism in Christian Women

Finding Feminism in Christian Women


Posted By on Jul 16, 2014

  I used to believe that to be both a feminist and a Christian woman was impossible.   Feminism was the antithesis to Biblical submission and role expected of women in the church.   Denominations who had allowed women to be pastors in any area other than women’s and children’s ministry were directly subverting direct commands within Scripture for men to be the leaders of the church, society, and the home....

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Tuesday Townhall – July 15, 2014

Tuesday Townhall – July 15, 2014


Posted By on Jul 15, 2014

H ey Everyone, This week has been like a strain of music, one that keeps repeating itself in slight variations; different enough to keep it from being monotonous, but also familiar enough that I recognize it over and over. If I could put those strains into simple words it would be… Seeds. Dirt. Time. Speak. Mess. So maybe I am crazy, but perhaps you will see and hear those words in some of these treasures I have found to share...

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Series Intro T here you are. I stand in line behind you at the Post Office. You walk by me everywhere in this little America world. This US Military Base across the ocean.   Whispers about you confuse me.   Competition.  Aggressive. I see you wearing the uniform I clean and know so well, for all it’s pieces and parts, but never wear myself. I wonder to myself, “what must that be like?” The boys only add to...

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We Make the Road by Walking Chapter 44   J ust reading this chapter this week was hard for me. No matter how many years pass by, no matter the books or blogs I have read, no matter how far I think I get at resisting the downward spiral of perfectionism and comparison — I find this idea that there is a healthy and mature way of loving myself is still so hard for me to grasp. But the Spirit teaches us a profoundly different...

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