is christianity racist?

This might be a hard pill to swallow, let alone a difficult question to approach. When we beckon forth spirituality and faith, we may not consider discriminatory implications ingrained within fabric. what better way to ponder if Christianity is racist than talk […]

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what does autistic spiritual leadership look like?

Becoming an ordained interfaith minister has been a difficult path. There’s a reason many other neurodiverse folks don’t tread the same ground. Amid working toward my version of autistic spiritual leadership, I continually face questions, doubts, and uncertainty that I find important […]

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why everyone should embrace interfaith spirituality

I don’t call myself “Christian.” I don’t think I ever fully identified with that label, even when I was deeply studying Bible and Jesus’ teachings. While I prefer the simplicity of “spiritual,” I still see room for growth in what that really […]

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learning to trust God’s plan beyond YOUR plans

It’s easier said than done to trust God’s plan. Regardless if you think there’s a divine timing for everything in life or not, we know things don’t always happen as we hope for. It can even feel shameful to not see your […]

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how to serve God, NO preaching required

When I see the question of how to serve God, I immediately feel intimidated. Even as someone who considers themselves as a spiritual leader, knowing how to serve God and what that looks like can feel dicey. Is there a right way? […]

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the burdens of spiritual trauma and wounding

When you see words like “spirituality” and “religion,” what do you think of? What feelings do you associate with these abstract terms? Today, my heart goes to those who read those words and feel overwhelmed with spiritual trauma and wounding. Not everyone […]

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my spirituality is political. and so should yours.

That’s right. You read that title correctly. My spirituality is political. It’s the foundation for my passions and activism. Many have been calling 2020, in simplest terms, a dumpster fire. Every single hardship, sidestep, and explosive uprising has happened. The years leading […]

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prayer anxiety is real.

While in quarantine, I’ve found myself hankering to add something “new” that I currently don’t do every day: pray. Yes, someone who as spiritual as I am, who devotes my thoughts and energy to sharing spiritual messages, doesn’t pray very well. Or […]

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finding confidence in God and yourself

At this point, the concept of finding confidence seems cliche. This mystical end-goal of our journeys where we’re unabashed ourselves and happy with who we are. The good and the bad. If you’re like me, then you’d say, “Yeah, I’m getting there.” […]

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science and faith can (and should) coexist

To some, I’m a hypocrite. My beliefs conflict with one another. I’m not a “true believer.” I’m standing in some awkward purgatory of ideas, too wishy-washy to pick one side over another. Science and faith have always seemed to collide. On one […]

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