Hannah Villanueva is a Filipina and Puerto Rican photographer and filmmaker who grew up in the backwoods of Alaska. Her work is focused on surrounding environments and nature as places of vitality and spiritual restoration. Outside of photography, she enjoys Muay Thai boxing and is pursuing a BA in Anthropology. She is currently residing in Seattle, Washington (Duwamish land).

How Mestizaje Segregated the Philippines
A Theological Engagement with Sony Corañez Bolton’s "Crip Colony"
By Yanan Rahim Melo

Are we addressing the ableism that persists in our churches? Ableism is a sinful structure that is oppressively rooted in colonialism. Ableism is something many of us need to call out, struggle against, and continuously unlearn.

A Tug on the Threads Between Us
By Cindy J. Huang

In some ways, this end feels final, and in other ways, it feels like a semicolon, the uncertainty of the direction of our relationship hovering in the air like a dandelion in the wind. Maybe one day one of us will be ready to reach out to mend the broken threads ... or create new ones. 

By Jessica Gapasin Dennis

What is the proper response to the sacrifice of all those who came before me? Who decides when it is enough?

Journey to the Midwest
By Jennifer Duann Fultz

“Journey to the Midwest” is a retelling of my father’s immigration story in the style of the classical Chinese novel, "Journey to the West".

Wholly Woman, Holy Human: Part Two
By Hatty Lee

What happens when metaphors and rhetorics about the female body, in service of male control and desire, become literal?

Wholly Woman, Holy Human: Part One
By Hatty Lee

Could women center their bodies as their own way of encountering God, without being subject to male desires or control? Can we articulate our own freedom by listening to, ritualizing, and making meaning out of our flows and cycles and senses?