Tagged: relationships

Broken Open

By Deidra Riggs It is true that we are broken. And that makes things messy. But brokenness is only part of the journey. The trap we often fall into is, as Bryan Stevenson puts...

That Time I Hated Someone

By Cindy Brandt Growing up conservative Christian there were a lot of protocols. Christian culture can be very formulaic. There were the prayers you had to pray a certain way, the testimonies of prescribed...

Waiting for Boaz

By Ivy Grimes Whatever you believe about the Biblical roles of men and women in society, if you’ve spent much time in a church singles group, you might agree with me that they’re typically...

Think Different

The Rise of the New Copernicans by John Seel Life is spherical. It is lived in 3D. It is better understood from lived experience than from abstractions. It is messy, provisional, and intrinsically relational....