God in the Brokenness

Andrew | Queer | Christian | Liberation Theology Influences | Ἰησοῦς κύριος | INFJ | He/His Pronouns | Midwest |

Musings on Theology, Sexuality, Life, and the furious longing of God for all of us.

Striving to follow Jesus to the best of my ability. Grace is central to who I am.

In search of Koinonia (The idealised state of fellowship and community that should exist within the Christian Church.)
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  • “ Salvation is less about individual “sin management” and more about God’s relentless work restoring, redeeming, and remaking the whole world. Salvation isn’t some insurance policy that kicks in after death; it’s the ongoing, daily work of Jesus, who loosens the chains of anger, greed, materialism, and hate around our feet and teaches us to walk in love, joy, and peace instead. It’s good news, not bad news, and I can’t, for the life of me, believe that only evangelical Christians like myself have a monopoly on it. ”

    —    Rachel Held Evans

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