No. 1 – About Nate

No. 1 – About Nate

You will find through the words on this blog, that I grew up in an intense religious environment. I was a very sensitive kid. Even through continued hardship, I always believed in and found comfort in God. There was a lot of sadness in my life. The therapists call it...
No. 2 – Introduction

No. 2 – Introduction

Sasquatch Zip line. Whistler, BC: 2016 Saved verb past tense: saved; past participle: saved keep safe or rescue (someone or something) from harm or danger. synonyms:  rescue, come to someone’s rescue, save someone’s life; More keep and store up (something,...
No. 3 – Who is this blog for?

No. 3 – Who is this blog for?

Cinque Terre, Italy: 2015 To the curious friend and churchgoer who isn’t sure where they stand on LGBTQ issues: Thank you for joining this and entertaining your curiosity. I know how often anything surrounding these issues has been radically revealed as sin, sin, sin....
No. 4 – Shame, on me

No. 4 – Shame, on me

It took me 40 years to learn how to say “no thanks” to a Super Bowl party. Oddly enough, regardless of my complete lack of interest in football, I have hosted several of the parties myself. This year, on Super Bowl Sunday, in learning to listen to myself, I declined...
No. 5 – Be careful little eyes…

No. 5 – Be careful little eyes…

Last week a friend was sharing about her trip to Vegas to celebrate her 40th. She had two friends in tow, and splurged on a helicopter ride from Vegas to the Grand Canyon.  Her remark clearly shared the vision of what took place. “As we approached the rim of the Grand...