Church + Embodied Faith = Hope

When I look at the church, what gives me hope?

I am watching a movement of people who aren’t just discarding their faith but choosing a more embodied one that pays attention to people’s holistic personhood. As this happens, I am watching Christians become more healthy as they go to therapy, leave toxic spaces, and develop more inclusive theologies. My hope is that this process would not just impact people, but church systems and structures.

Brandi Miller, Creator/Host of the Reclaiming My Theology podcast
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