Because They First Loved Me: A Reflection on Queerness and Community
Musings / My Thoughts / Spirituality / The Blog / Uncategorized

Because They First Loved Me: A Reflection on Queerness and Community

“Over the last few years, I’ve been deeply engaged in work and research that centers on cultivating space where people of all faiths, sexualities, and gender identities can seek to both know and be known. I’ve seen so many people experience spiritual, systemic, and interpersonal harm and sincerely believe that fostering inclusive, equitable communities can … Continue reading

I Woke Up With My Mind Stayed On Freedom, Knowing We Will Overcome Some Day
Justice & Activism / Musings / My Thoughts / Poetry

I Woke Up With My Mind Stayed On Freedom, Knowing We Will Overcome Some Day

  I woke up this morning, this “Independence Day”, with my mind stayed on freedom Not “Make America Great Again” or the US neo-imperial project but actual freedom The type that lets our young ones look forward to sunny days and clear blue skies because they don’t have to fear drone warfare or our bombs … Continue reading

Faith / Justice & Activism

Recapping Whitewashed Conference Culture: My Reflection On Dialogue About Race in Progressive Christian Spaces

Yesterday, I led a conversation on white supremacy in Indiana. Well not on white supremacy IN Indiana but at a conference for progressive Christians held in the state. Did you know that Indiana’s population is nearly 86% White? What’s interesting is that for the second weekend in a row I somehow ended up in conference space that managed to be even … Continue reading