Deconstructing your faith is a complex process that can be difficult to navigate, especially when you’re in a committed relationship with someone who doesn’t share your doubts and questions. It’s not easy to reconcile differing beliefs, but it’s essential to approach the process with grace and understanding. Here are five tips to deconstruct while in a relationship.
Deconstructing your faith can seem like an overwhelming process to jump into, especially if you’ve spent much of your life embedded in Christian communities. There are a LOT of questions to ask and a LOT of answers for each question. Wondering how to deconstruct your...
Women who are deconstructing their faith are often told the Bible says we are not allowed to be pastors, preachers, and leaders in the church if it gives us authority over men. There are a TON of reasons people give to back up this idea but every single one relies on...
Women in the church are constantly facing toxic religious culture and trauma. Patriarchal teaching and abusive leadership create a toxic environment where women question their value, voice, and beliefs. Even though trauma changes our lives, it's possible to grow...
Women Rising is Meghan Tschanz’s personal journey from a young woman in full-on white savior mode to her current role as a fierce advocate for women.
Christians murdered, abused, and tried to erase native people and then told them it was all God’s will. It’s time we own what we did & listen to those who know how we can make it right.
We are here to talk about today is the role that the church, and the prolific twisted teachings and false doctrines, play in this crime and other acts of violence on women.
Today’s poem speaks to the heartache and heaviness that surrounds us this season. I pray that this poem is sacred medicine that comforts your weary heart.
When the church is embedded in toxic religious culture, sometimes you have to leave the church to find God.
Ravi Zacharias is Not An Anomaly, He’s The Very Common Fruit of the Toxic Religious Tree We Have Been Watering for Centuries.
The recently uncovered Ravi Zacharais abuse scandal is not a unique, once-in-a-lifetime case. Sadly, it is just one example in a long line of ongoing systems of abuse in the church. And as long as the the church continues to prioritize the success and protection of abusers over the safety, validity, and rights of victims, this will continue to happen. But the church can, and has to, do better. Read more to see how the abuse was allowed to happen, what could have been done differently, and signs of abuse to watch for in our churches and organizations.