We Need Each Other

Dear friends, What have we done? This is the question I ask, sitting in my bed hours after the impossible has happened. Hours after the Donald has been elected president of the United States. Last night at eleven-thirty I walked home from a brewery right after they announced the Donald won Florida. I walked the […]

Little Death’s

Little deaths. Two winters ago I made a commitment to give up God. An active disengagement from my twenty-six years of belief, I was very official about the whole process. I wrote “god is not real” on a piece of paper, lit a glittery white candle, and set the paper on fire in the snow […]

Pick A Side.

  Pick a side. This is a necessity of growing up, you have to start saying you are a “fill-in-the-blank”. Choose a football team, choose a political candidate, choose to eat gluten or not, choose to buy a car or go on a trip. Choose to be an atheist or a Christian, but whatever you […]

Prime Number

I went on a double date in college. I was the fifth person, so the date wasn’t meant for me, but all the same I had no idea this would become  normal in my life eight years later. Often, I am what they call a prime number, a number which can only be divided evenly by […]

The Church Needs You

“You might not need the church Krisi, but the church needs you.” Kevin looked me in the eyes and repeated his sentence with eerie authenticity. I’ve been hearing a rendition of this statement a lot recently. Mostly from the same person, my good friend Brianne keeps telling me how much I have to offer to […]