asocialspirituality
About asocialspirituality
I am a doctoral student at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. I am currently studying Christian spirituality and, within that context, the spiritual words of abused children--namely, that is, how abused children experience the healing touch of God. In my free time, I enjoy writing poetry and children's stories, being in nature, and watching The Wonder Years. Over and over again. And then over and over again. I was born and raised in San Diego, California, and feel madly in love with God on those shores. http://asocialspirituality.wordpress.com
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  • 20 Dec 2012
    whispering kisses
    when the pain is deep and the intimacy cheap when the fear is real and is your only meal She is there, Her motherly care, whispering Her kisses into your ear though you can’t hear, feel Her breathing Her love into your fear, She is moving in the deep pain:...
    Archived in Poetry
  • 07 Dec 2012
    God In A Fear Factory
    Growing Up in Fear As a kid, I’d often wake up in the middle of the night: gasping for air and in a cold sweat, I’d be in a state of utter horror: believing that God had returned from heaven and left me behind, I feared that I would have...
    Archived in Featured Humanity
  • 03 Dec 2012
    Child Abuse is an Epidemic: The Church Must Do More
    Child abuse is a social problem of epidemic proportions. Even though it is difficult to understand the true scope of child abuse—studies have found that only one third of child abuse is reported, for example[1]—the reports that are available, however conservative in nature, paint a horrific picture.  In one 2008...
    Archived in Social Justice
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