Unveiled and Unfettered

  I am seminary trained and have spent my entire adult life working with the biblical text in my preaching. And yet, life has also taught me that God’s image and God’s Word is bigger than the Bible (or any of our other ancient scriptures from other faith traditions) alone. Many of our ancient narratives …

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Writing for My Liberation

For me, writing is about sharing the stories that I want to tell. It is about finding a sense of purpose, of liberation even, in communicating my truth with the rest of the world. Through writing, I attempt to make sense of my experiences in the past and also begin to speak into existence the …

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I Am Not Sin

It's been a while since I blogged. This is not because I haven't been writing, because I have journals and manuscripts full of solid content. But it is because my focus in blogging online has drastically shifted. At one time, I was most concerned with the intersection of faith and justice, and trying to convince …

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Setting Eve Free

Sister girl, how they’ve had your name locked up for years Said it was you who ate the apple Was led astray by your lusts Bringing down the integrity of the world With your seductive touches And questioning, wandering eyes They said it was you who’ve been entrapping men Bending and folding them in the …

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The Errancy in End-Times Theology: Could It Just Be Racist?

The unfolding crisis in Gaza forces me to put to paper something that I have been wrestling with over the last month, though honestly, a period of years. As someone who grew up reading the Left Behind series almost as religiously as I read my Bible, I understand how Evangelical Christians are viewing the move …

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Telling Our Stories, Reframing the Meta-Narrative

How does liberation relate to the African woman and how does the African woman relate to the church? - Mercy Amba Oduyoye, Daughters of Anowa Join the Kinky Curly Theological Collective for three upcoming convenings where we will explore the complexity of our identities as black women who are spiritually minded. Looking through the lens …

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The Kinky Curly Theological Collective

In the fall of 2017, I gathered a group of African and African American women to launch a ministry that I have been pregnant with for years "The Kinky Curly Theological Collective."  This collective affirms the experiences, wisdom, and expertise of black women, validating these experiences as a legitimate locus of theological pedagogy. We do …

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