Birth Control in Christ’s Kingdom

Birth control can be a difficult subject among Christians. Many Christians have strong beliefs about whether or not to control fertility, and what methods should be used. I want to approach some aspects of this issue: 1) Should Christians limit the number of children they have? 2) Are hormonal contraceptive methods sinful? 3) My own… Continue reading Birth Control in Christ’s Kingdom

Her (or, Losing a Friend Between the Cross and the Rainbow)

Our paths were leading us different ways. The more deeply enmeshed we became within our separate communities, the less we could talk about. Her friends hated the Church for how it had ostracized them. My friends hated the Marriage Equality movement for misrepresenting their God.

Navigating Racism, Colonialism, and Family in an Interracial Christian Marriage

In some ways, my husband (C) and I are very lucky. When I first introduced him to my extended family, most of my aunts and uncles had no idea where the Philippines even is. They had no preconceived notions, positive or negative, about what it is to be Filipino. This allows them to see C for who he is, without stereotypes clouding their view….