Fight Like Hell: A Quest to Find A Church in NYC

When I moved to New York, looking for a church felt like being dropped in the middle of Hunger Games. Left to fend for yourself in a new place with tons of distractions competing for your time, you hoped the odds would be in your favor.

So What I Like Blue: On Gender Cues and Socializing Children

For as long as I can remember I’ve had a wonderful love affair with the color blue. Although the shade has varied, teal almost always winning, I can‘t recall a time when it wasn’t my favorite color.  The walls in my apartment were blue, my office is blue, my dream car was blue, my 2014 birthday party was 31 Shades of Blue. …

I’m Salty: You Are Too

Editor’s Comment: The following post is a guest post from Kyndra Frazier (contact@KyndraFrazier). Its contents have only been edited for syntax and flow. As with all guest posts, the views reflected herein do not necessarily reflect the views of editors or the owner of NotCinderella.com. Did you know your body primarily consists of water and salt?…

Reconsidering Hell

HELL. As a child growing up there weren’t too many words that could incite so much fear into my little body. I had never seen the place before, but the grown-ups at church made sure I knew what it looked like. A burning lake of fire. Gnashing of teeth. Yelling. Torture. Thirst. Devil with a pitchfork…optional.

#ImWithHer

Deep down, everybody loves a bad girl. The rule breaker.  The girl of our worst nightmares and our most incredible fantasies. Bestselling books are entitled:  Bad Girls:  Why Men Love Them & How Good Girls Can Learn Their Secrets, and How to be a Bad B$%#@.”   Relationship books tell us that to get the guy…

The Russian Roulette of Religion.

Choosing what to wear to church is like playing Russian roulette. It’s either hit or miss. Add to that being a female in leadership and you just upped the ante. Now you’re playing with a fully loaded clip. Don’t let it be a special Sunday with a female guest preacher. Boom. You’re dead and you’re…