I love to write. Since I was a child, I have written my story down. Words are my way of reaching out to the world and sharing a little bit of me & a little bit of what I’ve learned, and a way of creating conversation with others. I published a book based on my two master’s theses, and I have blogged here and on my church’s blog. You can also find archived blogs at the HuffPo Religion Blog. You can find links to my online writing below, as well as PDFs of my thesis work.

Printed Writing:

Book: Privilege, Risk, and Solidarity: Understanding Undocumented Immigration through Christian Feminist Ethics (Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2017).

“Home Again: A Call Narrative.” Chapter in Call Stories: Hearing and Responding to God’s Call. Barry Howard, Ed., Nurturing Faith, Inc.: Macon, GA, 2019.

“Give Like Jesus.” Chapter in When We Speak of Stewardship: A Collection of Sermons From and For the Virginia Baptist Foundation Family. Ron Hall, Ed. (forthcoming, 2023).

D.Min. Thesis (Mercer University): Learning to Dialogue and Discern: Conversations that Matter in the Local Church

M.A. Thesis (University of Virginia): Privilege, Risk, and Solidarity: How Christian Feminist Ethics Speaks to the Issue of Undocumented Immigration

M.Div. Thesis (Mercer University): The Baptist Response To Undocumented Immigration

Online Blogs:

Online blogging with FBC Martinsville: FBC Pastor’s Blog

Onling blogging with River Road Church, Baptist: RRCB Pastor’s Blog

Online blogging with Huffington Post Religion: Huffington Post Blog

News Media:

Local Newspapers:

Martinsville Bulletin

“Our Words: Sharing our truth in the name of Martin Luther King, Jr.”

“Our Words: 2 Different Protests; 2 Different ‘whys'”

“Our Words: Don’t use faith against the people”

“Our Words: A structure from which to build solidarity”

Online News:

Good Faith Media

A Spiritual Perspective to Your Online Etiquette

For Christians, Immigration Reform Rooted in Solidarity

Baptist News Global

In North Georgia, signs of the times?

On Immigration, do Baptists believe the Bible?

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