Category Archives: Leaving Traditional Church

“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 New Church…

The following post is a post actually given by Andrea Hall. It addresses the much needed conversation on the necessity of Sunday School, or rather, the lack of necessity. In my own opinion, Sunday School needs to come to a … Continue reading

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The Seven Day Church

Have you ever thought about what church will be like in the future? What if Church really did fully expand beyond the point of Sunday and Wednesday (or whichever two days a week your church runs)? Talking about the future … 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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Magnanimously: Part 2

Yesterday, I spoke about bullies and how the effect of bullying has hurt the children of the world. What I further began to speak on, was how the church’s role has affected the bullying conversation. The truth about most of … Continue reading

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If Angels had a secret

Most people don’t know that word Angel comes from both Hebrew and Greek to essentially mean, messenger. To most of us, they are known as the messengers of God. They come into play in several different places throughout the Bible where they … Continue reading

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Some First Musings

I once heard a story about a woman who was completely forgotten about for most of her life. After her father died, and had to start working at an earlier age she dropped out of high school. She had off … Continue reading

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