Category Archives: Faith
Would Jesus Colonize You?: Why all Christians, including PM Harper, should oppose Harper’s agenda towards First Nations. (Pt3)
The Gospel is inherently anti-colonial yet many Christians throughout the centuries have been complicit in it. Colonialism is still alive and well today, even if we hide it better. It is also still against the Gospel and the Way of … Continue reading
Would Jesus Colonize you: If so, then what gives with Christianity’s role in Colonialism? (Part 2)
If the Gospel is anti-colonial, why have Christians been so complicit in colonialism? I have argued that the Gospel is inherently anti-colonial. Combine that with the non-violence Jesus taught, practiced and expect us to follow (which thoroughly undercuts the main … Continue reading
Do you suck at your religion?
Recently a friend linked this comic on Facebook and then asked me for my opinion. The initial comments, points and criticisms the comic starts out with are rich material for discussion. However, I have written about some of these elsewhere and … Continue reading
The White Western hegemony of the Gospel and how that is ending.
Recently the first WeekFOUR event took place. WeekFOUR is the student group I started with Matt Schuler as a platform for student voices at Fuller Theological Seminary to be heard and as a space for the incredibly diverse and experience-rich … Continue reading
Forty days without…
This week marks the beginning of Lent. Lent will be from Ash Wednesday, February 22nd, to Holy Saturday, April 7th. This forty day season is a season of fasting that draws us closer to God and commemorates the forty … Continue reading
Bethel (Part 2)
[In this post I am going to talk about was my experience of the Bethel culture.] The last several months I have been involved in a Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry run in conjunction with Pihop. This has been part … Continue reading
Bethel (Part 1)
[I just got back from my trip to Bethel church in Redding, CA. I went to Bethel primarily to receive prayer for my arthritis. I also went partly to experience what was going on at Bethel firsthand. The last several … Continue reading
Meeting Jesus at The Well.
The Well is a prophetic ministry at the Pasadena International House of Prayer. At the Well people sign up for prayer and then are prayed over by a small team of trained people. These trained lay-ministers share prophetic words with … Continue reading
Arthritis and the Word of the Lord
I’ve written about it from time to time but I am still suffering from arthritis and have been praying for complete supernatural healing since last spring. To recap briefly I was diagnosed with arthritis when I was eight years old after … Continue reading
Columbus and Contemporary Christianity
Today is the Columbus day, which is a day we celebrate Christopher Columbus for “discovering” the “New World.” This holiday has been heavily criticized, especially by Native Americans in the U.S.A. It is seen as celebrating the “discovery” of a … Continue reading →