who trained me. The liturgists was my lifeline at the time, but it definitely derailed my Christian faith journey...in a good and very much needed way! I started going to a new church without my family to do my de/recontruction safely. I don't know if I call myself a Christian right now, but I am still engaging with a very healthy Christian community, continuing the conversations, and exploring other practices that are calling my heart. 2/
Grew up in a Hispanic Christian Baptist family (with some Jewish orthodox teachings as well, that's a long story though). I soft started my deconstruction around the end of my high school years and went vegan around the same time. My hardcore deconstruction started my sophmore year of college. It was a year into leading in YoungLife and feeling like I was not living authentically. Ironically I found out about the liturgists from the YL Podcast that was hosted by the person 1/
There is a choir near-ish to me that sings Ukrainian folk songs, as soon as it’s safe I’m gonna try to audition for it 💓
Zoom church has cheesy pre recorded worship, which just does not do it for me fam, and sermons are not what I’m here for
One of my main reasons for continuing to go to church even though I’m low key a witch is to sing worship songs with other people. singing worship (when the words aren’t problematic, which is rarely) is my shit
i lost it again, why didn't i SAVE IT
ableism is flying high today so here's a reminder to challenge your knee jerk reaction of assuming a manufactured design is for "lazy" people and instead think about how you don't consider the accessibility and daily life functions of disabled people who sometimes cannot grip lids, can't bend down to put on shoes or socks, who cannot cut vegetables, or who need altered clothing to accommodate their wheelchairs
disabled people exist. i don't know how to tell you that more plainly.
Some kind of Jesus loving witch, if that’s allowed. Student of human bodies and movement.
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