As a black, Malawian woman who has been a foreigner in all the places I have lived in for the past 8 years, articulating who god is in response to my existence and the particularity of my identity has been necessary for my survival and that of my relationship with the divine.

My god is decolonial. My god stands with the oppressed and advocates for the downtrodden. My god sits with the impoverished. My god is a vast and glorious embodiment of love in its most radical forms- intimate with pain and antithetical to hatred.

Recovering Pastor's Kid (and Grandkid). Irreverent Side-eyer of the powers that be. Writer. Postcolonial theory enthusiast. Malawian born, US educated, South Africa currently πŸ“

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