Category: I Quixed Faith Goodbye

In 2015 Joshua Harris quit his job as pastor of Covenant Life Church and moved nearly 3,000 miles – to another country none-the-less – to attend seminary school for the first time. His actual motivation to move is unclear, but there is no doubt the sex abuse scandal he got swept in was likely a […]

Oh Lordy, by happenstance I stumbled over a butt-load of things I wrote from 2007-2009 when I first started to struggle with my Christian belief system. These were all saved to my Google Drive and I’m so glad I did. Thank you, former self! One of these documents contained results from an extensive Spiritual Gifts […]

Upon contemplating my last post I realize that my conflicted emotions about the #exvangelical movement stem largely from bitterness. Yep, I try to take ownership of my feelings even if they are considered negative. I’m going to see if I can unpack the bitter feelings as this response was surprising to me. From the get-go, […]

I created a Twitter account this weekend and I’m already thinking about deleting it. I have eschewed Twitter over the years, believing it to be evil incarnate. Really, Quix? Evil in the flesh. ::shrug:: I don’t know, friends I just like the way that phrase sounds. The truth of the matter is that Twitter is […]

As a protest to being forced to be “thankful” I was going to create a list of my pet-peeves. Then I thought of people in my life who have intentionally chosen to focus on what’s positive in their lives, not out of any denial nor delusion of their circumstances, but as a decision to frame […]

For the first time in many years I hung out with someone in real life, just the two of us. My co-worker suggested an ice cream shop and she and I spent four hours there chatting. It was delightful. A year ago she was my desk-neighbor at work and I found her so unique in […]