Emotional Puking on a Plane While Flying Over the Pacific
I just moved to Korea, and on the 12-hour plane ride, I thought about my life and if I made the right decision.
While reading through John, I stumbled upon an odd moment with Peter — he puts on his cloak and then throws himself in the water. Why put on the cloak? Why put on clothes to swim to shore?
God in the Devil
In a show about the Devil and a Grindr meet up, I encountered God’s faithfulness and beautiful love. God is in it all, including the things we deem “evil.”
Coffee and Existential Dread
What started as a simple walk for coffee became a pivotal moment where I began to doubt my faith and God.
A Letter to My Younger Self
At the age of 30, I write a letter to my younger self with advice on how to navigate being gay and Christian.
Reneging on My Six… Maybe
A while back, I wrote I was a counter-phobic, sexual six. If you’re not an enneagram nerd like myself, no, I’m not having sex with six people. In short, a sexual six is scared and presents courageous to prove to themself and others they’re able to beat anything. I promise I’m getting to sappy, personal…
Purpose and the Politician
A recent trip to Texas and a Netflix original show trigger thoughts of purpose and destiny.
How Can I be Gay and Christian — A Look into My Methodology
In recent news, there’s been a convergence of two major groups: Christians and the LGBTQ+ population, two groups that are normally at odds with one another. These animosities are beginning to reach a boiling point as more and more entities are choosing to create space for both identities, challenging the conception that they are incongruent.…