Every three months or so, I delete all my dating apps and take a break. Sometimes it’s because the prospect of another bad date is emotionally crippling. Sometimes it’s because I’m busy with work, friends, hobbies, travelling, life. But a lot of the time, it’s because my faith is shifting faster than I can keep … Continue reading The Difficulties of Dating Online as a “Post-Evangelical Progressive Christian”
I wept as people shared their stories of fleeing home, being separated from family, not having access to basic social services. I wept as people shared their stories of triumph despite impossible odds, stories of anger against unjust systems and their hunger for home. I had the distinct feeling that, were Jesus on earth, he would be at that rally, comforting people, wiping their tears. Maybe he would even grab the mic and lead a chant. That was the most profoundly I had felt the presence of God since the election.