When I was a little girl, my first hero was Belle (Beauty & the Beast), followed by Icebox (the girl in Little Giants), Elizabeth (the smart, independent twin in the Sweet Valley books), and Nancy Drew. I loved seeing girls that were like me…girls that loved books, had huge dreams, and/or didn’t like being put … More My Review of Wonder Woman – Rambling and Processing
It’s easy to stand with people when what they’re doing/talking about makes people feel good or affirms what is a popular belief/tradition. But, it’s much harder to find people willing to stand with you when what you’re doing is shaking the boat, casting light into darkness, and talking out what the world has labeled as … More Today I Choose To Not Quit.
Last week I posted on Ezer Rising about Bathsheba and the post got a load of comments. I did a little digging and researching so this post has additional thoughts and is basically an extended version of my original post. Note: I don’t claim to be a scholar or theologian, just putting two and two … More Bathsheba: Temptress or Victim?
Last night there was some pushback following the #ThingsOnlyChristianWomenHear from a woman on Twitter – a few statements that went public very quickly. The statements (basically) said the hashtag was “a megaphone for bitterness”, the words being posted wouldn’t “reconcile the wrong”, “winsome always wins”, and that this should all be “confronted privately” inside the … More Why #Winsome Doesn’t Always Win – #ThingsOnlyChristianWomenHear
Disclaimer: First off, I apologize for the crappy writing/grammar in this blog. It was written super late last night and I may have been half asleep while typing most of this. 😉 This week there have been two major trends on social media for the Christian audience. It started with Sarah Bessey tweeting using the … More My Response to #ThingsOnlyChristianWomenHear
Just some thoughts for everyone saying that women and men are completely equal and treated fairly: Was it fair when Brock Turner raped a girl and was given three months in jail because the judge didn’t want to ruin his future in swimming? Was it fair when a girl from my hometown was attacked and … More Fairness and Equality – Why I Advocate for Women