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Reproductive Freedom and Faith in 2020

10 mins read

Here we are. We’ve almost made it. The final days of 2020. So much has happened this year from a global pandemic, an uprising against white supremacy, unprecedented economic downturns, the election of our lifetimes, the death of the Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and the appointment of Justice Amy Coney

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Exvangelical

9 mins read

Any person who identifies as an “exvangelical”, or someone who has left the conservative evangelical tradition, has their own story and possibly carries their own baggage. No two experiences are the same. However, we are often lumped together as people with interesting stories to tell, and our trauma from our

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Let the Children Lead Us

14 mins read

In social justice and in Sunday school, we need to pay more attention to the lessons we can learn from kids. When I joined a volunteer committee to rework my church’s Sunday school policies, I was reminded of the recent Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic, On the Basis of Sex. The

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Pro-Choice and Pro-Women: What’s at Stake?

34 mins read

Swirling around the atmosphere as I write this is the furor over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States. In a remarkable movement from margin to center, the experiences of women have become the heart of Kavanaugh’s questioning and ultimately, the decision whether or

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The Persistence of Trauma and the Power of Belief

12 mins read

“I believe you.” We should never underestimate the power of these words. What’s more, God calls us, as people of faith, to speak these words in our relationships and our larger communities. Though voiced aloud, the words “I believe you” are not solely a verbal statement. They represent a posture

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Our Bodies, Our Faithful Choices

11 mins read

I am a woman of faith. I have grown up in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and have a deep love and appreciation for my denomination. Our church’s involvement in the Religious Coalition on Reproductive Choice is one of many reasons that I am proud to be a Presbyterian. As it

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