Single Women

“Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”: Systematic Racism and Suburbia

My thoughts come after viewing  Race – The Power of an Illusion, Episode Three: The House We Live In. When I dream about my future, I think of living in a beautiful house in the suburbs with a hunky husband and adorable kids (who act nothing like I did because my kids are perfect!). I […]

(Reblog) A Woman’s Place: Where Is the Niche for Single Christian Women in Fiction?

I found this posting by another blogger. I agree with a lot of her sentiments. The list of single Christian women heroines, both in real life and in literature, is lacking. As much as I look forward to getting married I would appreciate more material that focuses on the positives of being single. A Woman’s Place: Where Is […]

Lessons Learned from a Cross-Country Summer Road Trip

“Stand where the roads cross and look. Ask where the old way is, where the good way is, and walk on it. If you do, you will find rest for yourselves.” Jeremiah 6:16 For the past three weeks I have had an epic journey; a summer road trip across the U.S. using forgotten highways, abandon […]