Broke the Bread, Spilled the Tea.

Protesters in Geneva with a trans pride flag

The Trans Community and the Bible

as believers in a God so incredibly compassionate and loving, it is time we abandoned such radical and literal interpretations of everything read in the Bible. If we are made in God’s image and His mysteries are complexities we have spent millennia trying to understand, then so do we reflect such mysteries as we spend centuries of scientific study to understand the nature of humankind further. To my Trans brothers and sisters, you are seen, you are loved, and you are incredibly valued by the God who created you and continues to mold you into the person you were destined to become.

cup of tea on a bed with a book

Spilling all the tea.

One of the many questions I’ve received in the pre-launch of Broke the Bread, Spilled the Tea is quite simply: why? Why are you writing this? First let’s talk about the title. In Christianity, breaking bread is an expression used to convey fellowship. Bread was the main staple of the first-century authors of the Bible. It was often shared at dinners and get-togethers when believers and disciples met for fellowship. Being immersed in church culture …

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