I admit I'm borrowing the idea and the list from this article (be warned, there is a bit of language though it's not the author as much as the examples of the micro aggressions and while I'm at it, I used some gif's with language too. Some things are just best expressed with certain words. Sometimes … Read more about 15 micro aggressions women in the church deal with on a daily basis
I grew up with the idea that women weren't allowed to preach, but I didn't really get exposure to teachings on why that was. I even went to churches that allowed women to be ordained, but those churches did not have women in Associate or Senior Pastor roles so they didn't really challenge my … Read more about Subordinationism . . . is that still a thing?
I've been working so hard on the site that I forgot to introduce myself! Let me do that now. I'm Crystal Lutton and I've been a believer all my life. At three years old, at the VBS my mom was teaching where we lived in Japan, I heard the story of Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-10) and wanted to know how … Read more about Crystal here
Caution: I'm riled up again. But I do have a happy point at the end of this. There are a lot of loud voices out there that say God is angry and God is punitive and God hates this and that and you. I don't want any part of that God, and I don't know why anyone would...except out of fear. Fear of … Read more about How a loving God can change your mind . . . Quite Literally!
One of the things that I've encountered over the years of being egalitarian is the reference to some man who said X or some marriage that works in some way the person speaking of it believes is wonderful and healthy and mutual. There is an idea perpetuated in Complementarian circles that … Read more about On Complimentarianism . . . or, “But I know a marriage that . . . “
by way of introduction to this blog let me share his About Me description. I think it speaks volumes! Numinous. Contextualization. Pseudepigrapha. These are just a few of the sumptuous words that I can spell. But what else would you expect from someone whose favorite movie is … Read more about Unseen Eternity