If you’ve ever felt unsure, rejected, silenced, marginalized, faithless, foolish, or just downright tired, there’s a place for you here.
If you have ever questioned what path to take, what the right choice is, who your real friends are, if your faith is phony, or if God is listening, you are definitely not alone.
If what you’ve been doing just isn’t working anymore, and you feel all cried out, prayed out, and you’re on the brink of giving up, this is a place to break down.
It’s the space in which I live and operate. It’s the table I come to with all the other rejects whose faith isn’t working for them, whose experience has led them to place of great strife, whose ideas about how life should be don’t reflect how life actually is.
And you are welcome here.
Career, faith, sexuality, gender, identity, relationship, pop culture, race, religion, life, love, and everything in between —I want to have the conversations people are too afraid to touch.
Together, we’re learning how to be brave and authentic. We know that by telling our stories, others are set free to share theirs.
This is just as much your space as it is mine, and I’m glad you are joining in this conversation with me.
a speaker, creative, musician, content creator and worship artist based in Atlanta, GA. He graduated from Christopher Newport University in 2013 with a BM in Music Education and has been everything from a barista to a corporate office worker to a non-profit professional since then. After coming out in the fall of 2015 as a gay Christian, Kevin has reached thousands of individuals across the globe with his blog, theKevinGarcia.com, his podcast, “A Tiny Revolution,” on his YouTube channel where he unpacks theology and addresses life as a queer person of faith, and through speaking engagements at churches, universities, and festivals. Kevin also works with The Reformation Project, an LGBTQ direction action organization with a mission to make the global church more inclusive for queer people. He is presently a candidate for a Masters of Divinity from Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta, GA. He believes that by telling our stories, we set others free to tell theirs. In addition to LGBTQ advocacy, Kevin’s passions include vocal jazz, tacos, and really horrible dad jokes.