I’m not going to lie and say that birth control is not most commonly used for preventing pregnancy, but — a woman’s right to her own freaking sexuality aside — denying a woman with severe endometriosis access to much needed birth control is downright cruel. It’s wrong, plain and simple. And it isn’t my brand of Christianity.
As a teenager, I was excited by the thought of going to college and finding “Prince Charming” and getting married so I could be a mom and take care of my babies.
I knew I would lose most of my friends when I became an atheist, and it took me about three years to be able to publicly admit my new belief. I’m still nervous.
I probably never passed the oral stage, but most therapists tend to get stuck in the anal stage.
I was a youth leader at a christian youth camp. It was during a worship session.
“If we can get more people to follow Jesus, I’ll give away 1,000 guns. I don’t care.”
If you ever feel like you aren’t worthy enough, remember that Jesus used a bunch of flawed people to share Hope to a flawed world.
For all of you are who are single, engaged, dating, or even considering dating, I have one question for you: What does your ideal soul mate look like? Tall? Funny? Handsome? Motivated? Athletic? Faithful? Strong? Smart? Driven? Humble?
This is the 21st century and whipping and hanging Meriam Ibrahim is not ok. And yet where is the U.S. Government outcry?
It’s time to forget about where you’ve been, what you’ve done, and who you used to be. God doesn’t care about your failures, mistakes, or even you mishaps.