At the Intersection: I've branded myself as a woman living at the intersections of Christianity, race and feminism, but I wonder how much longer that description will be true.
At the Intersection
At the Intersection: It's empowering that Spiritual Baptist women have reinvented Aunt(y) Jemima, but I wonder how biblical gender roles inform their reclamation of the stereotype.
At the Intersection: I don't know how to discipline a child, but I can imagine seeking answers from those I trust the most: my parents, my friends, and God's word.
At the Intersection: I have trouble articulating why I remain in a faith whose history upheld a gender hierarchy that benefited men.
At the Intersection: As unwelcome as the imbalanced application of laws and the persistence of anti-black racism make me feel, my sense of belonging is still alive.
At the Intersection: A Sister of Charity of Nazareth, Sr. Lucy Freibert, is just one role model for how faith informs feminism.
It’s very tempting to give up on trying to save the world when you realize it is truly the entire world you have to save.
At the Intersection: How can young children process what they're getting into when they are baptized into a faith they may not yet understand?
At the Intersection: I have marveled at people who can just sit down and have a conversation with God. I may have too much doubt to hear God's voice.
At the Intersection: Every church should be visiting prisoners, feeding the homeless and evangelizing in some way, but I don't think of these ministries as social justice.