You've heard it said before, social media can be a blessing and a curse. And recently I had a heavy dose of the latter. If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter its possible you saw some things over the weekend that were questionable at best. Let me take a minute to add context and … Continue reading Breaking Point
No, it's not a typo. It's a real word with a lot meaning for a lot folks who grew up in the church. When I say "the church" I'm referring to evangelical Christian churches, mostly on the North American continent. Lately I've had a couple people hanging out in my DM's on Twitter asking a … Continue reading What does “exvangelical” mean?
New year, new baby, new hair, SAME me. It's been awhile since posting anything new but for good reason. Last July we welcomed a new baby girl to the family, Makayla. She's perfect in every way and we've been busy adjusting to being a family of 4. I've missed all my readers and I can't … Continue reading Back in the game!
[This post is personal, and reflects only my own personal views and opinions. Traditionally politics is something that is kept out of churches and for good reason. But in the last year this has become nearly impossible, with elected officials crossing moral and ethical lines that are endangering people in a big way. And at … Continue reading My Love-Hate Relationship with the Church
This site has been much quieter the past couple of months. And yes the holidays were a little crazy (we were out of town a lot) but there's another big reason; we're having another baby! (if you follow me on Instagram you may have seen out New Year's Eve announcement) Our 3 year old is … Continue reading Big Changes This Year
Happy November!!!! This girl is ready for the holiday season to begin. We FINALLY have some cooler weather here (hooray!) and Halloween is in the books (it felt like a long one, we started going to parties on the 26th!!) and I am ready to be thankful and eat pie. So here are all the … Continue reading Friday Favorites: November 3rd, 2017
"I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers." -Anne of Green Gables