It’s been two years since I wrote the post How to Talk about Fifty Shades of Grey and then the follow-up post about a reader’s experience – Fifty Shades of Grey – A True Story. Without being able to verbalize the theology or biology behind our sexuality and how it is affected by books like this, I knew Fifty Shades of Grey was… Read More
The other day I read another blog post that made tension in my body rise from my toes. This time it was about our culture and politics and lawmaking. Basically how the tapestry of our society is changing faster than we can write the next blog post rant. Lately I’ve wanted to pack up my husband and baby girl and… Read More
The first time I thought about modesty was a few years ago. The subject took to the blog-world and everyone started debating it. Before that modesty was a non-issue in my life. My style never allowed me to really push the limits with immodest clothes. I’m more of a Banana Republic girl myself – clean, classic, timeless. Modesty is just… Read More
A dear friend who I love and respect and look up to so much (I secretly want to be like her when I grow up even though she’s a little younger than me) posted on Facebook recently that she is reading Jen Hatmaker’s book 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess. She said that the book is “rocking her world” and she’s… Read More
It’s that time again. Time to join The Gypsy Mama – Lisa-Jo Baker – and several other writers to write for five minutes on a certain topic. Today’s topic is Brave. This post comes from the depths of my heart. I am in a season of deep grieving for aborted babies right now. Brave is the woman who makes a… Read More
I struggle with how much to say about my beliefs on political candidates especially on social media. On one hand I think that the world needs more Christians to verbalize truth. Notice I said truth, not religious dogma, but what the Bible actually says in all its analysis and contexts.