Tagged: home

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Dedicated

I wasn’t raised in the church, and though I’ve been a member for nearly 25 years, I still feel on occasion like I’m an immigrant to the Kingdom of God. I’ve been naturalized through...

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You Can’t Go Home Again

A week ago, I went home. Well, to one of the many homes I’ve had… I went home to my alma mater, my college. Or what used to be my college. When I attended,...

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Birth/Rebirth: Bring Them Home

By Liz Johnson, a wife, mother of four, and a birth doula in Northern Indiana. As a birth doula, I see birth metaphors everywhere I go.  I’ll be driving down the street and find myself...

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Guest Post: A Convenient Truth?

by Corktree Corktree is an emerging Feminist struggling to find peace as she seeks truth.  She has three strong headed daughters, an infant son and a patiently supportive husband.   Aside from her family,...

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Guest Post: When Earth and Ocean Shook, Aunty Did Too

We’re so glad that longtime EXII friend, Kiri Close, was able to personalize the tsunami tragedy in this post as she tells about her homeland and family members. When Earth and Ocean Shook, Aunty...

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Moving days are coming

by Brooke For the past four years, I have been expecting to move away. My hopes have wandered all over the country as my husband interviewed for teaching jobs at universities and colleges. You...