As people who are still, in the midst of everything, absolutely, entirely, overwhelmingly loved by God, we are called to give of ourselves for the sake of hope. We must serve as we can, donate as we can, pray as we can, love our neighbors as we can. Our expressions of God’s love in the world will grow. Like yeast in bread. Like a tiny seed that becomes a massive tree. God will work and is working for good.
The Courageous Authenticity of a Bow Tie
This post was originally written as a “This I Believe” Essay for a seminary assignment on core values and vocation. It was submitted to Montreal Diocesan Theological College on October 25, 2019. I believe in courageous authenticity. On February 8, 2019, I stopped at Target on my way home from work. I don’t remember what […]
Remember That You Are Dust (and Blood and Breath): A Response to the Gospel Coalition
Redeeming the Body: A New Pauline Theology of Bodies
This essay was originally written for RELG 311 at McGill University There is a pervasive belief in much of Evangelical Christianity that the human body is evil. This belief shapes everything from Evangelicalism’s extreme emphasis on “sexual purity” to Christian diet programs, and the fundamental message is the same in all of Evangelicalism’s messaging about […]
Who Is My Enemy?
Let Me (Re)Introduce Myself
I am coming out of the closet as non-binary because I am finally okay with not-quite-fitting. I am coming out because my inner-reality is more important to me than trying to fit into anyone’s boxes or either-or system. I am coming out because I like the real me, and I want others to have the chance to know that person, too.