One Million Thumbprints

I cried myself to sleep last night; it’s been a long time since I’ve done that. Embraced by the power of storytelling; these tears came after reading the reality of war related violence against an Iraqi woman named Amena, which I’ll share below. When I hear about Middle-Eastern violence, or African wars, or sex slavery […]

Faith and Gender: Consider Me a Compligalitarianist

I wasn’t even familiar with the role-defining terms, complementarian and egalitarian, until a couple of years ago. I was married to my best friend, we had our own easy rhythm and a relationship where I always felt equal and respected. We had different roles within our work and home life, but they were mutually agreed […]