The Red Couch: Mujerista Theology Introduction

When I first dedicated my writing to the Glory and Honor of the Most High, I thought I would be the only Latina for miles writing about God, while seeking justice for the oppressed. I was hired by Tintero Projects to read poetry at #NoBanNoWall: Women Writers Unite along with fierce women who both voiced […]

The Red Couch: Original Blessing Discussion

“The gospel is not a story of us being separated by sin from God. It’s the story of a God who is so faithfully for us and intent on being with us that God became human to help us embody the wholeness and fullness of life we’ve been made for. It’s not a story of […]

Original Blessing: An Interview with Danielle Shroyer

There are some books that seem to pinpoint something I’ve been trying to say but just couldn’t articulate the words. It’s like the author was able to scratch an unreachable itch through her words. In a lot of ways, Danielle Shroyer’s powerful look at sin and its origins has been that for me. When I first […]

The Red Couch: Original Blessing Introduction

It had been nine months since I had become a mother. After a long, grueling labor and birth, my son was born with trouble sucking. So with bleary eyes, I began pumping around the clock while still trying to nurse. I kept it up for months. In the rush and chaos of nourishing and caring […]

The Red Couch: Making Room Discussion

It is evening and our kitchen is alive with chatter, squabbles, and the frustrations of children. A meal is finding form in the scrape of a knife against a chopping board; the familiar clang of pots and pans, fetched, stirred and tended. This daily ritual is both soothing and exhausting in its ordinariness. The telephone […]