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[Poem] Lost Religion, Renewed Faith

Dear mama, I know my loss of religion scares you

How can it not? I know the way you were brought up

Granddaughter of a Chevalier of the Cross, true? 115 more words

Let Go and Let Gay: A Pride Month letter to closeted members of the church

Say what you will about CrossFit and people who are into it, but seeing its CEO publicly tell the company spokesman, who posted this shitty Tweet… 890 more words



Be under no illusions my friends of the Faith, we are indeed in the end times as we speak. From 4000BC approx. to 2018AD that makes 6,018 plus or minus years and as the bible said, a day in earth is like a thousand years in heaven and vice-versa. 43 more words


The Resilient Orthodox - Pentecost Interrupted

Our church was filled with greenery yesterday – the Orthodox color of Pentecost signifying new creation and the breath of life. The priests robes echoed the theme with colors of vibrant gold and green made of materials that reflected the light around them. 604 more words


Elves, Orcs, and Other Fairy Tales

Who doesn’t love a good fantasy tale?  Whether its anime ninjas, European myths. spacemen with laser swords, or even angsty teenage romance novels, everyone is bound to find an element of interest.  928 more words

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Being a Horizontal Christian by Loving Other People

I finished reading Daniel B. Clendenin’s Eastern Orthodox Theology: A Contemporary Reader last week and feel like I now have a much better understanding of Eastern Orthodox theology. 355 more words

Joyce Meyer