I wrote about my own journey through deconstruction and leaving Church ministry last year. You can find that post here. Later on, I wrote a follow-up post titled “Faith Reconstructed“, where I tried to clear up some questions some of you had … Continue reading The Questioners’ Creed
When I was a kid, I was taught in church that doubt was bad. It wasn’t so much directly taught, but rather implied by the words and actions of those in leadership. Doubt was considered this thing you experience when … Continue reading Accepting A Life Of Doubt
When we stop to consider the constants of life, we are drawn to the table. We eat multiple times a day, but for many of us, the constant was the dinner table. The place where we all come to share in the act of nourishment for our bodies, while feeding our souls with the company and conversations of our loved ones. It’s no surprise that during this time of year, this is the place we return to when we want to express our thankfulness for life, and all that is in it.
But is there more to it?
Continue reading A Seat At The Table
A while back, I wrote a post about a huge deconstruction of faith that I endured. It was a trying time. It was intense. It was emotionally, spiritually, and mentally draining for a long time. Then I just kinda stopped talking about it so much. I’ve had people ask me what happened after, and what direction I took spiritually and emotionally. So I decided to write about it. This will be a sort of update to document my journey. Continue reading Faith Reconstructed
When we look at the current state of this country culturally, its easy to be perplexed. It literally feels like everyone has lost their mind. But what if a group of political scientists have discovered the answer to the real problem America is facing today? Continue reading Wolves Among Us
This is a difficult post for me to write. The older I get, the more passionate I am on this subject. I understand that I am speaking about this as a white American male who has not endured oppression or inequality myself. But it is from this place that I write so passionately about this. For it is this reality that has caused such an urgency and importance on this matter. Continue reading Redefined By Human Equality
Easter from the perspective of an ex-church goer is new for me. These are my observations.. Continue reading Easter From The Other Side
I’ve gone to school for theology, led worship in churches for over a decade, and been on staff in churches for most of my 20s. I thought I knew what I was talking about. I thought I knew what church was like. But you don’t really know what Christians are like until you stop going to church. Continue reading Lost And Found: A Deconstruction Of Faith
I decided to write on the heels of my last post where I talked about some ways we can approach our lives on a daily basis where we can feel “ok” with ourselves and the world around us, I also … Continue reading God Wants Me To Be Happy
I decided to write a special post on Easter and why this is so important to the church (or should be). Let’s begin by explaining the title of this post. Many either have never heard the word “liturgy” or have … Continue reading Easter: The Culmination Of Liturgy