This blog post has been a journey of sorts of constantly looking backwards, forwards, and sideways. I wrote about #MeToo a few months ago, making a stance that ultimately, our job is to support a victim of sexual harassment/assault and to encourage these victims to not be afraid to speak up. Until that blog post, I was silent when topics of sexual harassment or assault came … Continue reading Are We Free in Our Sexual Revolution?
“Twenty years and he wants a divorce.” I freeze. Soap bubbles still running on my hands. The lady leans across the coffee bar with sad, translucent eyes. Seconds ago, she was wincing about how we ran out of kombucha. Now she’s nodding her head, chin propped up by her hand, like, yes, so sad, but she’s telling me how her husband asked for a divorce. … Continue reading Jesus-sizing Coffee
What are you looking for and where are you looking? I am sitting in a conference room, listening and writing notes, at a women’s retreat that I go to with my church every year. We are looking at only one verse. Let us come boldly to the throne of grace that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need (Hebrews 4:16). The … Continue reading Your Service Does Not Matter
Okay. I don’t think this actually constitutes as road rage. But all I can say is: one minute I’m driving down a one-way road—there’s no sign but it’s definitely one-way, I know—and the next minute this lady in a van—blonde hair, like all the mean girls you see in teen dramas—comes head-to-head with me and suddenly, I have entered a game of chicken. You know, … Continue reading Rachel Gets Road Rage