You Sound Like An Atheist

“May God bless you,’ the old lady told me. As she walked away, I exchanged a look with my dad, a look that read: That was weird. I’ve said this before in my blog. For most of my life, I grew up in a Christian Reformed Church—think hymns, creeds, pastors in long robes, Dutch Calvinists—and until going to college and transitioning to an expressive evangelical … Continue reading You Sound Like An Atheist

Manic Pixie Churchgirl

So!  A few weeks ago, I introduced a new app that Savvy and I are designing called EDGE, the Dating App for Interesting Christians.  Basically, it was in response to a handful of my friends (admittedly, mostly guys) who expressed how they want to meet a Christian girl – but a really cool, interesting Christian girl. Honestly, I understand this COMPLETELY.  When I was single, … Continue reading Manic Pixie Churchgirl

Burnt-out Girl

Photo by our favourite photographer, Jess Mcghie We asked Brooke to write about anything she wanted (we gave her free reign as she is my-Savvy’s-sister) and this is what she came up with: Before I chose to pursue my own relationship with Christ outside of my religious family and church background, I bought into the concept of self-love, self-care, and self-esteem. I would train to see myself … Continue reading Burnt-out Girl

Well, Actually… the Patriarchy Hurts Men Too

We asked guest blogger, Ashley, to write about one thing: MEN.  Here’s what she has to say: I don’t think I’ve ever sat down to specifically write about men.  I typically write about topics when I don’t think there is gender involved (so about men, the power dominant social group generally deems itself invisible[1]) or I set out to specifically highlight women or women’s contributions. … Continue reading Well, Actually… the Patriarchy Hurts Men Too