cropped-13f9940c6309ef796051ae9146b97006-people-holding-hands-hand-drawings1.jpg

Welcome to Queering the Kindom: the unfurling story of two women who love Jesus, justice, and each other.

If you’re new here, we recommend that you start from the beginning. And if you have a question about LGBTQ identity and Christian faith, feel free to get in touch with us here.

What is the kindom?

In her work, “Kin-dom of God: A Mujerista Proposal,” Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz popularized the term kin-dom, which she learned from her friend Georgene Wilson O.S.F.

Kin-dom is a thoughtful response to the “kingdom” as a kind of world order that is wholly (and holy) different from our own. Isasi-Diaz understood that the fullness of life as God intends and promises cannot be attained through the oppression of others, and that a biblical paradise brings all into the fold of God’s family.

In this family, there is room for you – for all of God’s children. In the kin-dom, every LGBTQ person is cherished, expected, and home.

Thank you for joining us.