Many of us tend to think our stories are unique, but by and large they fall into rather predictable patterns—most often, some version of the American McDream which sucks up so many of our individual stories.
In his book, "Practices of Love: Spiritual Disciplines for the Life of the World," Kyle David Bennett calls out our daily activities and imagines what it would look like to perform them Biblically with our neighbor in view.
We read literature to engage with story to better understand ourselves and the people around us.
Technology is not neutral. Even equations and computer algorithms, which may initially appear cold and neutral, reflect the values and assumptions of the people and organizations that construct them.
We were too young for something like this. Only 22 years old, and we had buried our own child.
If we want to make the world and the church a better place for women, we have to work institutionally. Whether a woman is a complementarian or an egalitarian, in whatever ways we can, we together call the institution of the church to recognize and empower the great work women are already doing.