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Welcome to the Table.

It has been about eight months since I have felt comfortable attending a church service. When I first made the decision to step back from attending church regularly, I felt very uncomfortable. Since childhood, I have found great comfort in community, and that community was primarily found in church settings. As I grew older, I… Continue reading Welcome to the Table.

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Coming Out: Mental Health and Sexuality

After two+ years of weekly counseling, I am finally able to say that I am unapologetically queer. I am able to say confidently that LGBTQ+ can have a personal, intimate relationship with Jesus. Never have I been more sure that I am following the command to “come as you are” in my daily life (was… Continue reading Coming Out: Mental Health and Sexuality

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One Year Later.

It has been one year since I stepped into the light regarding my sexuality. It has been a year of heartbreak, challenges, joy, resistance, discovery, and more. In the year since I "came out" to the world, I have experienced growth. To celebrate my own boldness, I figured I would share some of the things… Continue reading One Year Later.

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A New Perspective: Clobber Passages

I don’t have all of the answers, but I do know that if God is good, God will reveal that Truth. And I want to believe that God is good. Don’t you? When I bring up the idea of inclusivity in the Church, I am usually met with confusing looks. “Uh oh, the liberal is… Continue reading A New Perspective: Clobber Passages

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A New Perspective: Queer Theology

I’ve been on a journey of understanding my sexual identity for quite a few years now. Growing up in the Bible Belt, I had never heard such a thing as “inclusive theology,” or a theology that supports LGBTQ people in the Church. I went from my conservative, Southern Baptist church and hometown to a conservative,… Continue reading A New Perspective: Queer Theology

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fear, distance, love, and hope.

  Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled. Blessed are the merciful, for they will… Continue reading fear, distance, love, and hope.