If we are supposed to trust in the mystery of God, how should we then pray? … More 40 days in the wilderness: panentheism
I’ve been comforted by the still small voice during times of great pain. Hearing it has never meant that the time for pain is over. God seems to always ask me to keep going. … More 40 days in the wilderness: the still small voice
I had my first realization (the kind you only have when you start thinking for yourself) that I had more questions about Christianity than I had answers. More doubt than faith. The Christianity I’d grown up with just wasn’t cutting it anymore. … More 40 days in the wilderness: branching out
A wilderness area can be beautiful, but it is ground without a set path. Alone in a wilderness. It’s easy to feel lost. There are endless possibilities to wander, and no clear direction, no easy answers. … More 40 Days of Wilderness: Day 1
Playful does not have to be insincere. For me, sexual play has become a way of questioning, processing, and healing my wounds around my queerness. … More On Hooking Up — My Queer Version
Casual sex can numb a person to the immense powerful potential sex has to offer. But it can also tap into that power. … More Should Christians Hook Up?
Anna Redsand is a white woman who was raised by evangelical missionary parents in the Navajo Nation. She is the author of a spiritual journey memoir, To Drink from the Silver Cup: From Faith Through Exile and Beyond (Terra Nova, 2016). A theme throughout the memoir is Redsand accepting her attraction to women and the ramifications … More Interview with Anna Redsand