We are introducing our new series of guest columnists. In this column, we will be inviting individuals to share their ideas with us and our readers. We have selected authors based on our belief that their ideas will cause us to think and explore our own thoughts in new and exciting ways.
Currently we are featuring Rev. Cynthia Diao who writes about walking through the holidays with grief.
We gave featured Rev. Dr. Lisa Robinson, who was moved to write after the not guilty verdict in the Trayvon Martin case.
Guest columnist Aimée Simpierre, founder of NuWine Press, the all-inclusive and LGBT-affirming voice of independent Christian publishing shares writings that explore faith, the scriptures, and God’s radical welcome.
We started the first series of columns from Darnell Moore who is a writer, educator, and activist who lives in Brooklyn, NY. His writings explore the intersections of race, sexuality, gender, and class. His work also examines notions of Black religiosity and theologies of sexuality. He is working on a first book project tentatively titled, “To be Black, Queer, and Christian: Essays on the Black Church and Sexuality.”
We have not censored our authors in any way and the content is strictly their own and does not necessarily reflect our ideas.