New Blog! "Can Christians Smoke Weed?"

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Cannabis is expansive. It creates SPACE. That space reveals your conditioned beliefs. It disrupts your habitual thought patterns. It expands your awareness. It invites your into a space of unfamiliarity. A space of mystery. In that space and in your mystery, you find GOD.


Using cannabis recreational by responsible adults is happening everyday. Cannabis is massively popular as recreational medicine. Across the globe, people – alone or in groups – enjoy joints, pipes, vaporizers, edibles and more.


More than half of U.S. states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical cannabis in some form, and more are considering bills to do the same.


We are too afraid of the unknown

What if Christians were to begin understanding how something like cannabis could be used in beneficial ways to support their lives?

What if we were to entertain the idea that legality is not the equivalent of licentiousness, and neither must we demonize and condemn every single thing that we don’t quite understand? 

What if – rather than trading our feelings for platitudes and “should-bes” – we were to begin to better understand them? 

What if cannabis proved to enhance mental clarity, diminish anxiety, and lend itself toward physical healing and integrative wellness?

What if cannabis proved to dissolve the self constantly getting in the way, enabling one to better prioritize others and the qualities and relationships that make for a full and vibrant life?

That has been, in part, my experience… all from a plant. 

Which brings us back to the present.


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Im so glad I found this page. I always thought I was in sin . I find it (cannabis) helps me focus and understand a lot more.  Thank you.

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I grew up being told cannabis was a) evil, and b) would turn you into some kind of unmotivated loser who sits in their mom’s basement and plays video games all day. I tried it a few times in college,…

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Born again in 2015, Love Jesus, baptized in water and Holy Spirit baptism, smoke weed, do not take pills, the easier softer way for me. Eat fruits and vegetables, love life, hate being judged by “Christians” that pop pills like…

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I am a survivor of Childhood Sexual Incest and Military Sexual Trauma. Intimacy with my husband was difficult – until now. Not only am I able to be intimate with my husband… it is freaking mind blowing. Who Knew?

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I became an alcoholic at age 21. By age 26 I attended my first AA meeting, and that same year I became a smoker. For 27 years I tried to get sober using AA to NO avail (another story on…

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