Pro-Compassion

By Alex Macias Abortion is one of the most incendiary topics in the country and church.  But you can feel free to breathe a sigh of relief; this post is not about beginning a political debate.  It’s about finding a different way of engaging each other. There are two major camps on this topic, those…

Questions and insecurity

by Jill Riley Politics scare me. I have so many insecurities about this topic. I consider myself an open person. Some days I’m pretty close to “over share”. I can talk to you about the children’s ridiculous behavior, illnesses, the state of my finances, menstrual cycles, weight gain, and relational difficulties. But politics? Sweet Jesus…

New Series: Electing Conversation

Join us for our next series Electing Conversation beginning Feb. 8! The election season is upon us, and Theoloqui will be blogging about what we are thinking about as we prepare to vote. Much of the political rhetoric is polarizing, and as we discuss what we are doing to inform ourselves, we also hope to…

Solitary no more

 My school was a box. Literally. It was a small 3 by 3 foot square. Heavy, white particleboard walls on either side of my desktop kept me safe, un-influenced and undistracted by other students. The walls of the classroom were lined with these little “offices”, with all the students’ backs faced to the center of…