As we wake up to news that extremists have killed and injured dozens of people in Paris, France, I’ve seen a million memes urging us to “pray for Paris.” It
“I feel like I can’t do this. I am an ‘A’ student who is only getting a ‘C’ in life. I should not have had kids. I can’t have it
The Churched Feminist is proud to endorse a call for clergy to preach this Sunday about Black girls in light of recent events. If I were preaching this Sunday, I
One Voice: before we place any request before you O God, we thank you for everything. All Voices: We give thanks to you Lord. One Voice: For every African mother
Social media has been ablaze this week with the story of a young woman who presented her father with a certificate of purity on her wedding day. Yes, you read
The encounter of Jesus with the Syrophoenician (or Canaanite) woman in Mark 7: 24-30 is an opportunity to see Jesus wrestle with his humanity and his purpose. He is tired.
Since dismantling patriarchy is one of my approaches to reading the Scriptures, I thought it best to talk a bit about what it is and why I position myself against
Thanks for stopping by The Churched Feminist! I suppose you may be wondering what a highly charged term like “feminist” has to do with “being churched.” While I was studying