Category Archives: Acceptance

Our Grey World: A Call to Love

Did you know that the color grey is even gray in its spelling? How ironic is that? It can be spelled either “gray” or “grey” and still be considered correct. It is more common to be “gray” in American English, … Continue reading

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Ferguson: Thoughts of Love

It doesn’t take long for most folks to look at what has happened in Ferguson and to have some kind of (typically) strong reaction. I have seen all over Facebook many varied responses ranging from anger and sadness to disillusionment … Continue reading

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Bound by Freedom: What’s in a Name?

Before Sara and I even got engaged, one of the conversations we frequently discussed was, “What are we gonna do about our last names?” In my own thoughts, I hadn’t truly given it a lot of thought mostly having just assumed that … Continue reading

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“The Least of These”

I am the young girl who is lost in a sea of men I have been beaten and tattered Shamed for the thing that I’ve become This very thing that I’ve become that I never was The thing that I’ve … Continue reading

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The awful things we hear…

We’ve all heard them. If you’ve ever been in a discussion about religion and sin, chances are, you’ve heard this phrase (particularly if you’re from the Southern half of the U.S.): “Love the sinner; hate the sin”– And this is … Continue reading

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On the Fringes of Society

Most people have differing groups, clubs, societies, pubs, churches, pub-churches, schools, associations, etc… that they are a part of that make them feel welcome. Most people. Then, there are those who are thrust to the outside of our society. They … Continue reading

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