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When I got up to the top, my head got light
For a minute everything in the world was alright
And I saw the next tree just 10 feet away
Give or take a few feet I guess
And then I pushed off into the air with all my might
And headed out into the center of the morning light
And I knew that I was gonna make it
The new tree hardly shook to acknowledge my arrival
And I knew that I would be alright

I gave my mom a couple of Rachel’s books a few years ago. While she didn’t agree with much of Rachel’s thinking and theology she just texted me to let me know she was thinking about me and knew how sad I probably was since Rachel was so impactful for me. I’m so grateful I had the privilege of hearing her speak and getting to meet her in 2012. And I’m grateful to have her voice recorded on The Liturgists as well as many other places.

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It's good to be young, but let's not kid ourselves
It's better to pass on through those years and come out the other side
With our hearts still beating
Having stared down demons
Come back breathing

Spent Easter with my kids by playing at the park, eating Indian from a food truck, going to a used book store, and shopping at a metaphysical rock shop. Bunch of heathens and hippies celebrating love and peace in the sunshine. That’s the best church I have ever attended!

mental illness and prom and Easter 

mental illness and prom 

mental illness and prom 

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You can beleive whatever you want to believe about the morality of various sexual orientations and gender identies. On social.theliturgists.com, honest questions are always welcome (assuming they are behind a content warning).

Telling people you don’t approve of their orientation or gender identity is not allowed. Full stop. This is an affirming environment.

This include telling people “the Bible” or “God” doesn’t approve of them.

Violations earn a one-way ticket to Bans-ville.

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*Ask Hillary McBride*
*download*
*add to playlist*
*move to top of playlist*
*play*

@mike @hillarymcbride

I’m reading Emotional Agility by Susan David. A couple times in the book she asks the question “If a miracle occurred and all the anxiety and stress in my life were suddenly gone, what would my life look like, and what new things would I pursue?” I’ve been asking myself this question for as long as I can remember but rarely have been able to answer it. It’s hard to imagine this “miracle”. How would you answer it?

My concert lineup so far this year: Gungor, Derek Webb, Pedro the Lion. I just realized I listen to more CCM than I did when I still identified as a C.

Discussion of Nudity 

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@Ricci also, The Magicians is really delightful if you like fantasy.

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PSA: there is absolutely nothing you can do or say today, that will make you more deserving or worthy of love. You are already! 🖤✌🏽❤️

nyti.ms/2S5KFkt?smid=nytcore-i

Really appreciated this article. Raising kids without the “biblical” concept of sin that I was raised with has been a parenting goal even when I was still a regular church attender.

Marriage! It’s what’s for dinner 🍴 

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The Liturgists' Social Media 

Just got home from the Columbus End of the World show. It was incredible! And I got an Earth Sandwich but, unfortunately, they only had medium or small. I can’t fit smaller than large but couldn’t resist ordering an Earth Sandwich. Any medium size Liturgist want this? Let me know and I’ll figure out how to get it to you.

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@timmy in case anyone wants a Spotify playlist with all the discographies available of Gungor, Prop, and The Brilliance: open.spotify.com/user/kalynwal

(I also have playlists for each artist individually but that feels excessive to also post.)

Been listening to a lot of Propaganda last few weeks as I’m looking forward to The End of the World tour. This lyric especially resonated with me.

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