All posts by Michelle Morrow

Why We Can’t Wait

From the first moments I began a relationship with the Bible, I have been drawn to the intensity and urgency in the voices of the prophets and the apostle Paul. I was most inspired and haunted by the parables of Jesus that insisted the time is short. Growing up within conservative Evangelicalism, I was taught ...

Shame, Liberation & Choosing Our Story

When launching this blog last April, I encouraged us to reflect on the stories we live by. What narratives shape the way we see the world, the way we make sense of everything – faith, identity, meaning, and all of our beautiful and painful experiences? While listening to an episode of The Liturgists podcast on ...

All Are Welcome: Does ‘all’ mean all?

Imagine fighting for your right to exist every day in spaces that claim they are “welcoming” or “inclusive.” You sit in your college theology class, or attend a special event featuring a renowned biblical scholar, or stand to pass the peace in your place of worship. The message is “God loves everyone.” The branding is ...

LGBTIQ Christians in Central America

Guest content by Carla Sofia Vargas Sandoval Hi, my name is Carla Sofía Vargas. I'm from Nicaragua and I've started an initiative that seeks to start conversations and spaces towards LGBTIQ inclusion in Central America's Christian churches. Under my alias La Mechuda, I create content in Spanish & LGBTIQ resources for my Facebook Page, YouTube Channel, ...