review: Rachel Held Evans’ Searching for Sunday

Rachel Held Evan's Searching for Sunday is about church: its triumphs and failings, its hypocrisy and grace. Rachel, like me, grew up in a well-intentioned Evangelical community where the Bible is accepted as fact and the "plain truth" is within easy reach. It's a culture of black and white morality, where spiritual cliches are a … Continue reading review: Rachel Held Evans’ Searching for Sunday

open arms

I stopped going to church for nearly a year for a variety of reasons. I didn't feel that my academic knowledge was appreciated, I was limited by my gender, I wasn't at all comfortable with opening up about real struggle, I didn't fit in. I think Daniel and I feared that we would never really … Continue reading open arms

lately.

Things have settled into a rhythm of relative normalcy lately. Work, church, pick Daniel up from school, thrift, eat, clean. It's not bad, but I don't want to get stuck. We still have a lot to see and do in Charlottesville and we need to prioritize exploring over sleeping in, I think. We've become regular … Continue reading lately.