What I Wanted In A Man 

Posted by Heather Thompson Day on September 7, 2017 in Christian Living | 0 Comment

When I was fifteen my friends and I made dating contracts. It was a compiled list of all the qualities potential boyfriends would need to have in order to make the cut. We signed them in blood and pinky-swore we …

My Lesbian Neighbors

Posted by Heather Thompson Day on June 5, 2017 in Christian Living | 0 Comment

I live in a nice upper class community. The type of place where you can go for long walks and wave to Randy while he throws ribeyes on the barbie. In my neighborhood is a lesbian couple. At least I …

Ripping off rejection

Posted by Kirrily Lowe on March 1, 2017 in Featured | 0 Comment

There is one garment that is so painful it takes our breath away. When we wear it, tears seep out the side of who we are, our breath is sharp and the pain is acute. We’ve all known it. Some …

The beauty of a micro-retreat

I perched on the hewn-log bench, looking up into the cathedral of leaves as the sun’s rays filtered through the branches above to create a high and holy ambience. The twitter of birds in the trees and the occasional scampering …

Because he’s the one with the problem!

Counseling sessions with my husband always started out the same. On the drive there I would envision the therapist agreeing that I was right and that my husband needed to change. It would surely be a life-changing hour for him. …