Reflections on the Q Christian Fellowship

Last week I had the privilege of attending my first Q Christian Fellowship Conference (formerly the Gay Christian Network) here in Denver. I first found out about QCF at the Wild Goose Festival in 2012. At that time I was still very much new to the progressive side of christianity and had never heard of … Continue reading Reflections on the Q Christian Fellowship

To Be Seen; To Be Loved

Earlier This week I finished reading The Wisdom of Sundays by Oprah Winfrey. If you're not familiar with the book, it's a collection of interviews from her show Super Soul Sunday compiled into chapters along with some short commentary by Oprah. So far it's been my favorite book of 2018. Even though it's an odd … Continue reading To Be Seen; To Be Loved

Creating Open & Affirming Faith Communities

Earlier this week I was asked what was something that I praised God for. To phrase it another way, what were some things I was thankful for? My first answer was that I thanked God for the open and affirming communities that had been a part of my life like The Well at Springfield, The … Continue reading Creating Open & Affirming Faith Communities

Christmas is about Love

Christmas is one of my favorite times of year, despite the cold here in Colorado. I love seeing all the lights around my neighborhood, the time spent with family, and of course Christmas music. Everyone seems to have their own sacred rules for when it's appropriate to start playing Christmas music. Some people hold off … Continue reading Christmas is about Love

Listen to what Mary has to say: Charlottesville

As I spent most of the day yesterday watching the tweets, live streams, and news reports role in I found myself in shock over what I saw going on in my own country. It's hard to come up with any response that seems fitting when confronted with such hate and violence. For some reason I … Continue reading Listen to what Mary has to say: Charlottesville