A Word to the Church After the Election.

    Elmina Castle is a popular tourist stop in the African country of Ghana, with a dark history. Elmina Castle was one of the biggest trading posts for slaves in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade centuries ago. It is estimated that over 30,000 slaves were held … [Read more...]

On Tamir Rice, and Watching Brothers Die.

I froze in horrified disbelief as you ran towards your brother, and it all came flooding back. The raw, suffocating desperation of watching your little brother die. I know it well--I once watched mine die, too. But this. This was different. You see, I held my little brother’s … [Read more...]

Ten Ways to Not Waste Your Summer Reading List.

I treat Amazon Prime like it’s my personal library where I never have to return the books. [Kellan finds this habit positively charming and NOT OBNOXIOUS AT ALL.] But SWEET FANCY MOSES, when you can buy books for a penny with a click?! Be still my beating heart. If you spent a … [Read more...]

The Tyranny of “Nice Girl”.

“Bloody, dirty and messy aren’t words that you normally hear at a women’s conference—but perhaps it’s time that we change that. God did not design you to be a nice girl—he designed you to be a dangerous one.” If you want to see me leap wildly out of my seat and start doing a … [Read more...]

Hope Moves.

Over the past 48 hours, we’ve debated, reposted, and used #butyouwanttotalkaboutleggings to sound the alarm on a host of issues that are making our stomachs churn and our hearts break. A community of women and men that want so much more than trivial debates have banded together, … [Read more...]

Ten Things We Should Get Angry About Before Yoga Pants.

Edit: Well friends, it would seem that yoga pants have broken the internet yet again. :) I've closed the comments on this one, because they derailed into a debate about the merits of spandex. Our goal here isn't to debate modesty [though we believe modesty is important], but if … [Read more...]