Since November is the time where people sit and reflect on what they’re most thankful for each year, we decided we’d share a few things of our own. So, here are 5 things we’re thankful for this month.
It’s the most *spookiest* time of the yearrrrr!
The #1 question people ask about God is this: “Why do bad things happen to good people?” So, how do we answer such a heavy question?
With all the talk about deconstruction, we want to show you how to talk about deconstruction with your loved ones. It’s not always an easy experience, but we know this conversation is worth having.
Here is what you should really know about self-harm: It isn’t just physical.
When you grow up in the Christian Bible Belt, there are plenty of things we are told to stay away from. Whether you grew up Pentecostal, Baptist, Methodist, etc, there are a few things in common that we have grown up believing. But here is the biggest thing I learned from the LGBTQ+ community.
Ever said “yes” to something even though deep down you wanted to say “no”? Have you ever told someone “maybe” just to appease the person but you actually knew you were going to say “no” all along? Well, if it’s not a Heaven’s yes, then it’s a Hell no!
We all have questions and doubts. But what if our questions are not safe for Church? Are there alternatives for dealing with our struggles?
So, you’ve found yourself questioning everything from God, Religion, Faith, Scripture, life, and maybe even the world around you. It can seem like a lonely place when everything you’ve ever known is in question.
During the Deconstruction process, one of the first things we begin to question is Hell. Often we are taught to follow Christ by fire and brimstone teachings, but what exactly does that mean? And why are we so fixated on this place?