church · dating and singlehood · family · parenting

now you know: a follow up to the white mother-in-law

I’ve read that the blog on The Gospel Coalition which caused a huge controversy yesterday was taken down. I read that it was a mixture of apology and security, for the woman and her family, as well as for the reputation of TGC. I am sorry that it got to that. I was a bit… Continue reading now you know: a follow up to the white mother-in-law

dating and singlehood · faith · family · learn · womens issues

Day 27: Intimacy with God

Something occurred to me really for the first time while reading this devotional today. I hadn’t really thought of it this way before and I’m still ruminating about it, so forgive me if this sounds incomplete. Maybe I’ll keep considering it and discussing it with my resident¬†expert on these matter… aka my husband. When we… Continue reading Day 27: Intimacy with God

arts, movies, music, pop culture · faith

what’s your point? or, on consideration of Facebook posts

There are certain rules I kind of have in my head when it comes to Facebook activity. There are the obvious ones where I won’t click LIKE on something that I don’t want to hear about any more. Because once you do, you get notifications of everything on it, or if it’s a page you… Continue reading what’s your point? or, on consideration of Facebook posts

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more extrabiblical blogging

So Rachel Held Evans blogged a response to Kathy Keller and others who are criticizing her work. Wait, you’re a writer? You publish stuff? You are popular? And you balk at people critizing you? Haha. get used to it baby. It’s only just begun. If you want to voice an opinion, you must equally want… Continue reading more extrabiblical blogging