I'm so excited to publish this latest podcast episode with guests Mel and Melinda Stevens of Cheyenne WY. They graciously allowed me into their home and answered all my questions about coming out in Wyoming, life before and after DADT in the military, and fostering as a same-sex couple. Their story is amazing! I know … Continue reading Podcast Episode #4: A peek into that Pesky Gay Lifestyle with guests!!!
Podcast Episode #3! Enjoy this podcast as we dive deeper into the LGBT/church dynamic. Jencee and I touch on everything from conservative christianity, Evangelicalism, Levitical Law, and Side A, B and X!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zd-v--Evf0&t=32s We are airing all our dirty laundry in this Vlog Episode #4: Our Mouse Problem. Join me in learning all about how to expertly resolve a mouse problem in your house. Join me on my quest to learn how to be handy as a flannel-wearing-stay-at-home-mom-handyman-lesbian-wife
Enjoy my first Vlog on YouTube and be sure to subscribe here on my WordPress or YouTube! Thanks all! Hello all my blog fans! (ok, basically just my mom). I have not been writing much lately but I had been toying with the idea of adding a Podcast to my blog site! (First episode to … Continue reading Vlog Episode #1. The Garbage Disposal
In honor of the 75th anniversay of D-Day today, I re-typed an article written by my grandfather, Samuel VanderJagt. He was a radio-gunner and flew in 66 missions during World War 2. He later went on to Seminary at Calvin College, and contributed this article for the school magazine, Calvin Chimes. He rarely spoke of … Continue reading D-Day by Samuel VanderJagt
Immigration is a hot button topic for the US in recent history. While I have had “feelings” on the issue, and those feelings have been by and large sympathetic to immigrants, it really hasn’t been on my radar as pertinent to my personal life. I see friends posting both ways on this “issue”, as if … Continue reading Behind every issue, a story
One of the biggest struggles we’ve faced even with Side A people who are affirming is the often said sentiment of, “You know, I know what the Bible says, but I just can’t not love everybody.” Or, “I know what the Bible says but I’m willing to look the other way, cuz hey, we all … Continue reading Not Crying On Sundays Part 4: For the Bible Tells Me So
The church has been celebrating their recent happy middle ground. "We can agree that you can be gay, we agree that probably won't change, but ACTING on it is a big, fat, sin." The church can congratulate themselves on this victory of practicing humanity while holding their self-appointed high moral ground, applauding themselves for being … Continue reading Not Crying On Sundays Part 3: The Forced Choice
I told you all this was going to be seven whole parts long, but I already feel weary of the topic. So, we’ll just have to see where this all takes us! I’ll still hit on some of the biblical arguments, but this one will be a bit more personal. I’ve heard it said many … Continue reading Not Crying On Sundays Part 2: Redemption