Abuse


  The final few weeks of this past semester, I embarked on analyzing the leadership of a man I once believed to be a great man of God. This man was a well known leader to the community I was raised in. He was also a recognized leader among many others within the larger conservative Christian community my family followed when I was a child, who have all fallen in recent years to the blinding light of public exposure revealing...

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W hen sitting down to research this post, I decided I needed more time to work through these newer books on Feminism I haven’t really digested yet. So I am rearranging the order of the books I want to cover in this series.   In the process, I also came across an article today that immediately sent me back in time to painful memories of an experience I never thought my family would ever go through. This article documents...

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Finding Feminism in Half the Sky

Finding Feminism in Half the Sky


Posted By on Jul 3, 2014

Series Intro Found Here    Today we start our journey on Finding Feminism, beginning with –   Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn    Trigger Warning: Extreme violence, both sexual and physical referenced and discussed.    World renowned journalists, Pulitzer Prize winners, a couple — this amazing husband and wife set out on a journey...

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Tuesday Townhall — June 24, 2014

Tuesday Townhall — June 24, 2014


Posted By on Jun 24, 2014

Welcome everyone,       So first, in true Townhall confession fashion, I would like to share that this week I learned anew one of those age old lessons on pride and humility. For me this means, I probably shouldn’t go on Facebook bragging about my mad cooking skills — it tends to bring Karma out the next day in the kitchen. My husband and I have been in a meal planning/cooking discovery phase lately. So each...

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Where have you walked?

Where have you walked?


Posted By on Jun 19, 2014

  We Make The Road Ch. 41     As we walk in the Spirit, we pass through different kinds of terrain. We walk through beautiful valleys where life is full of joy and we feel like dancing. We walk on long uphill climbs where we seem to slide back two steps for every three steps of ascent. We walk along slippery trails where it’s easy to fall, and through swampy patches where we can get bogged down. We walk through dark...

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Tuesday Townhall

Tuesday Townhall


Posted By on Jun 17, 2014

Welcome one and all. I am so excited to join in what is one my favorite blogging traditions — the “What I’m In To” trend. Each week I plan on sharing a summary of stories I have found and shared. These posts will be our community’s “Townhall Meeting,” where I hope others will join me in laughing, crying, and catching up. Feel free to grab a cup of coffee and a snack. Settle in as I have so...

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