Not Just A Blonde

We are "Not Just" who we seem to be on this Earthly plane, but so much more. We are ALL children of a loving God who is calling us home to Love. This blog is dedicated to those of us on that journey together…

I cringe at the thought of being called religious. Why? Because of all that word has come to represent. The word religious describes so many who have used their spiritual beliefs to separate themselves from others. These folks use religion as an excuse to justify their judgement and hate against their neighbors. Sometimes these folks …

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Hello fellow Spirit-seekers! I’ve recently joined the administrative team for The Ministry of Progressive Christianity‘s Facebook Page. It is a page that has been created by Amanda Pietrzak in response to feeling the need to reach out to other Christians, like herself, that believe Faith should be accepting and inclusive! She started this FB page …

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“More and more evangelicals, particularly young ones, are opening up to the idea that gays and lesbians, bisexuals, transgender, and intersexed persons can have full-fledged citizenship status in our country, and can be full participating leadership members in the church. This is a growing movement. Progressive Christianity is growing, and it is the future of …

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I made a video this past week-end for the NALT Project in support of LGBT individuals that have been wrongly judged, condemned, and isolated from their faith due to mis-interpretation of the Bible outside of it’s historical context. I basically just prayed sat down and started talking… no script just sharing from my heart. It is …

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Have you ever felt like things in your life were somehow not right? You start your days feeling frustrated, confused, almost restless, not sure exactly what was wrong, just knowing things weren’t as they should be? You weren’t at Peace but you couldn’t say why! I’ve been in this situation several times in my life! I tried working …

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My miracle moment was both the most extraordinary and ordinary moment of my entire life. The day of the miracle started out as a typical day. On that day I felt just as normal as ever. I wasn’t vigorously seeking God nor actively turning from Him. Honestly, until that miracle moment I hadn’t thought much …

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