All posts tagged: feminism

How My Atheist Boyfriend Helps Me Remember My Sense of God’s Calling

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Actively Advocating / Answering the Call / Cupid's Aim / Ministerial Madness

Let me just preface this by saying: it’s not because I constantly feel the need to convert him. In fact, I never feel that need. No, The Dude, who is an affirmed atheist (or, as he’d probably prefer, humanist–it’s more pro-humans than anti-divinity) frequently reminds me of my first and strongest sense of a call to ministry in his continued incredulity of my profession. At first, there was mutual bemusement by both of us with […]

Keep Saying the “F” Word

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Actively Advocating / General Musings / In the Media / Pet Peeves

TIME Magazine is offering their fourth annual “worst word” poll, asking readers to vote for the word or phrase which they are soooo tired of hearing.┬áIncluded on the list are some words that I would vote for in a second–like “obvi” and “sorry not sorry,” as well as some I still use without shame and a few I’ve never even heard of (guess I’m out of touch). One word on the list, however, is shocking, […]