arts, movies, music, pop culture

the gospel according to Wonder Woman

There will be spoilers to follow, so proceed with caution. First off, I enjoyed Wonder Woman much more than I would have thought going in. I read less than one review beforehand, meaning I stopped reading it when it said there would be spoilers. I also tried to pay no attention to the speculation and… Continue reading the gospel according to Wonder Woman

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

arts, movies, music, pop culture · church · faith

why I don’t trust God

I haven’t been blogging much these past couple months. Popping out a fetus notwithstanding, I’ve been busy. Busy with other life stuff. Busy putting out stupid, unnecessary fires in our personal lives that make me go hmmmm among other things. Busy pleading with God and banging my head on the wall – which incidentally feel… Continue reading why I don’t trust God

church · faith · pop culture

why Christians MUST care about Bruce Jenner

I am often appalled by those people who I know are self-described Christians who make awful, hateful comments about, well, about everything. Whether it’s Facebook posts or tweets or just off the cuff hurtful “jokes” about people and events in the news, I find it painful every single time, though I have long stopped being… Continue reading why Christians MUST care about Bruce Jenner