#FFFF: Emily Dause
I grew up believing that being married one day was a crucial part of my existence. Finding the man I was meant to be with would complete me.
I didn’t learn these ideas from Disney movies or pop music on the radio. I learned these ideas at church...
Emily A. Dause is a public school teacher and a freelance writer. She writes in the tensions between despair and hope, doubt and faith, and isolation and relationship–with as much grace and audacity as she can muster. She contributes to Evangelicals for Social Action, Converge Magazine and Sojourners, among others. You can connect with her on facebook
(facebook.com/sliversofhope) or twitter (@EmilyADause). She blogs regularly at her website, sliversofhope.com.