Deconstruction is a hot topic these days.
It seems like everyone in Christian circles is talking about it.
But actually going through it can be terrifying, infuriating, or just plain exhausting.
I started “deconstructing” my faith over 10 years ago. As someone who grew up in church and was a leader in, or employed by churches since I was 14, deconstruction hit me like a wrecking ball.
But over the years, and through many difficult seasons, I have come to a place where I welcome changes in my beliefs, big or small, with grace, patience, and a peace that can’t be touched by evangelicals or exvangelicals alike. I even wrote one of Relevant Magazine’s most shared articles about it called “The Age of Deconstruction and the Future of the Church.”
I’m a Certified Life coach, and THIS is my greatest calling in life:
helping those that feel alone, scared, angry, and don’t know where to turn for help.
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Articles on Christian Deconstruction
I wanted to share an article that I was interviewed and quoted in about deconstruction and deconstruction coaching. You can find that article at The New Republic here if you would like to read it, but I wanted to share a little about why I am a deconstruction coach....
I don't know where I am these days. Church is repulsive to me, as is most rhetoric of western Christianity. I feel completely lost in Christianity . Yet, there is still a presence within me. It is what keeps me sane. What makes me happy, confident, and...
If you’re going to discover God or objective truth, you have to have integrity and humility or you won’t make it very far.