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September 7, 2021

How Never Doubting Christian Dogma Nearly Ruined My Life and Why I’m Grateful to Have Doubts

When your dogma is stronger than your faith, you need a deconstruction of faith like never before. I didn’t think I needed that. Turns out, I was wrong.
September 7, 2021

Nonfiction Book Review: If God Is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk

Even before I got through the introduction of If God is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk, I knew I’d love it – and knew it would be a productive read for myself and others like me who want to demonstrate our faith in a loving, compassionate way…
August 31, 2021

Romance Novel Review: A Brush with Love

A Brush With Love is one of those romance novels that restores my faith in the genre. Not only is the craft of writing well-executed on these charming pages, but the author digs deeply into a lot of challenging emotional moments and deals very beautifully with a main character who deals regularly with anxiety – deep anxiety.
August 27, 2021

Fiction Friday: The Wilderness Between Us – Pt. 1

It hadn’t been one of her better decisions. In fact, when she looked back over her life, contemplating all of the decision-making she had done thus far in her twenty-nine years, this one teetered on insanity. Or, perhaps that was doing it a disservice. Completely irrational, utterly insane, and most likely going to leave her with scars seemed to suit it better.
August 19, 2021

Book Review: We’re Not Broken, Changing the Autism Conversation

Reading We’re Not Broken, Changing the Autism Conversation by Eric Garcia brings back all those feelings, the knowledge, the concern. But in a good way. Garcia, a man who has autism, discusses the topic in relevant, real ways that help truly get the message across that autism is not brokenness.