Psalms of Deconstruction – November 2021
This book is for you if… you’ve ever stumbled into old journal entries and thought, “I’m not sure how I feel about this.”
…your childhood faith feels foreign to you
…you have more questions than answers
…you used to be “on fire for God,” but don’t feel that way anymore
…you are looking for comfort more than clarity in your journey
This book is for you whether or not you use the term “deconstruction” to describe your faith journey or not. I want these poems to spark hope and life and comfort wherever you are. And maybe even inspire some psalms of your own.
The Slow Rescue – November 2021
Study Advent with me!
Explore the themes of Advent with fresh retellings of stories you know and love, and reflect with extra questions and reading options.
Stay tuned for a 2nd Advent resource, coming in 2022!
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The Voices of Advent – November 2022
This year’s Advent Study was inspired by the newly released book, The First Advent in Palestine by Kelley Nikondeha.
Her stunningly researched and beautifully written narratives on the characters of Advent inspired several poems in the voices of those characters.
If you want to join us, please let me know via email – email@example.com.
Altars & the God We Strive For: Deconstructing & Un-shaming the Stories We Tell
Coming soon! Title subject to change.
Growing up, there was one way I told my story. But when that story became reality, my life took a turn I never expected, a shattering I never thought I’d recover from.
This memoir recounts my journey of deconstruction as a missionary living in India, and how God turned my story of shame into one of freedom and meeting him in the places I least expected.
Currently finishing up the 3rd draft and will be querying soon!
Other places to read my work:
An Ode to Quiet, is featured in their 3rd Mindful Poetry Moments collection.
I wrote this poem during their Mindful Poetry Moments webinar in Spring 2022, in which we read “Coconut Oil” by Roshni Goyate. After a meditation, reading, and discussion, we each wrote and read poems inspired by this beautiful piece. Mindful Poetry Moments was incubated with @onbeing. The Well is based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Diversity of Belonging, a poem I wrote in 2021, is featured in redrosethornes‘ first annual publication.
Centered around the themes of connection and belonging, this magazine is a diverse collection of feminist writers. You can purchase the print version of the magazine here!