This Is Not “Exceptional” Spirituality

By Kelly Christian | Instagram: @kellychristianwrites In the mornings, I throw my hair into a bun and head towards the kitchen to fuss with the coffee pot. With the sounds of brewing in my waiting ears, I wander around in the morning light, checking to see if my indoor plants are drooping and peeking for […]

The Injured Body

By: Martha Tatarnic I have spent the better part of my thirties on a runner’s high. In a decade jam-packed with family and work responsibilities, running has become the “Big Marble” that has to go into the jar first in order for all of the other marbles to fit. And while, as a Christian leader, […]

Battle Cry

By Carrie Kuba | Twitter: @bellinka09  It was even a part of our vows. When the ring was placed on my finger overlooking the ocean from the cliffs of Mendocino at sunset—we shared our hopes and dreams of exploring our careers as a teacher and a software engineer around the world, raising global children, and […]

Rumors of a Shepherd in the Wild

By Corinne Shark  | Instagram: @thesaltyshark  Way out here in the wilderness, outside the old crumbling walls, out past everything I was always so sure I knew, out under neon cathedral skies, out beyond the margins of belonging, out along the frayed edges of my weary soul, there are rumors of a Shepherd. A Mender of […]

Outside the Evangelical Bubble

By Sheli Massie | Twitter: @sheligeoghanmas I have never felt more out of place than I do with “Christians.” My first year in high school, I tried out for the color guard. Now, keep in mind I have about as much coordination as a two-year-old waking up from a nap with head cold, but there I […]