In celebration of Disability Pride Month , we are honored to share a story from Amber Bryant. Amber shares about her connection with God, the importance of being seen, and her experiences as a person with a disability. She highlights

Bible Tea & Mama G Greetings siblings. This is my first blog for Folx with Faith, so let me introduce myself. I am Mother Gloria Inaxi Celeste Gayo, but most people just call me Mama G. I have been invited

Jump To: Pride Power Part 1 Pride Power Part 2 The Color Silver: Will The Color Gold: Understanding The Color Russet: Release The Color Light Green: Strength Symbols of Pride and the Twelve Powers This is the final installment of

Jump To: Pride Power Part One The Color Blue: Serenity & Faith The Color Purple: Spirit & Power The Color Turquoise: Magic & Imagination The Color Pink: Sex & Love Pride Power Part Three Symbols of Pride and the Twelve

Jump To: The Pride Flag The Twelve Powers The Color Red: Life The Color Orange: Healing & Zeal The Color Yellow: Sunshine & Healing The Color Green: Nature & Order Pride Power Part Two Pride Power Part Three    Pride

Progressivism and Gender Diversity in New Thought In the dynamic landscape of spirituality, self-discovery, and healing, the New Thought movement has consistently exemplified progressivism. By weaving together ancient wisdom traditions with the systematic inquiry of modern science, New Thought has

Introduction: Rev. Paul Smith Rev. Paul Smith, was a revered mystic, teacher, author, and minister, that spent 49 years at the helm of Broadway Church in Kansas City, Missouri. His tenure at a church that transitioned from conservative Southern Baptist

Searching for a Path My spiritual journey began at a young age in a landscape of rules, dogmas, and doctrines. As a sacred rebel, I struggled with my religious upbringing, and frequently challenged its mandates. I can hear the teenage