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  • The ‘C’ Words: Church, Christians, and Christ

    A few weeks ago, a colleague approached me at the coffee pot and asked me a pretty simple question, “So what are you doing this weekend?” The answer? This weekend… I was doing a church…

    March 8, 2018
  • “For you’ve wrestled with The Divine”

    Ever hear of Bluma Zeiganick? Yea, I hadn’t either until a few months ago. Bluma Zeiganick was one of the first women in Russia to go to a University. Upon graduating she became one…

    September 20, 2017
  • Re-Imaging My Angry Feminist

    My dance of faith and feminism began when my mother-in-law suggested I read Sue Monk Kidd’s Dance of the Dissident Daughter. This book ripped my heart wide open and threw a freaking hand grenade…

    July 11, 2017
  • Re-Imaging God

    This  story is forcing me to be even more vulnerable and open. But here it goes. I have a deep and constant fear that something or everything will go wrong. Whenever life seems too…

    July 3, 2017
  • Re-Imaging: Can Women Re-Image the Church?

    God is a man. You’re causing men to stumble. Women can’t/shouldn’t be pastors. You’re not enough for your family. The man is the head of the household. You’re too emotional. Whether we learn it in church, from our family, or…

    June 20, 2017
  • This is Her Body, Broken for You

    I participated in my first true act of patriotism on November 12, 2016. I marched through the streets of downtown Los Angeles, from MacArthur Park to the Federal Building. I marched with 8,000…

    May 9, 2017