CHANNILLO
Feminism, Motherhood, and the Voice of God
By Ceejae Devine

Series Description:

In my late teens I read a chapter in The Source by James A. Michener where the voice of God came through a woman. At the time, I didn’t think much about it. It was fiction.

When I was a child attending a christian church, none of the voices of the women in the Bible reached me. Over time, I slowly began to hear women’s views about God, but I was led to believe God didn’t talk to anyone anymore. Since I am a feminist and have always been quite rebellious, the last thing I ever expected to be in my life is a woman who has been hearing the voice of God.

But I’ve been experiencing profound events for over 20 years that I can’t explain any other way, so I will be focusing on the subjects of feminism*, motherhood, and the voice of God, since they have been intertwined in my life.

I write essays, memoir, and short stories (sometimes humorous) about my experiences, what I think about different beliefs, and what I am learning about the nature of humanity and the nature of God.

*As a feminist, I believe in the importance of inclusivity, and in my writing I address it in ways that relate to me, but not in a broad sense.

Category/Genre(s): Essays/Columns, Nonfiction, Short Stories, Paranormal
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing









Series Description:

In my late teens I read a chapter in The Source by James A. Michener where the voice of God came through a woman. At the time, I didn’t think much about it. It was fiction.

When I was a child attending a christian church, none of the voices of the women in the Bible reached me. Over time, I slowly began to hear women’s views about God, but I was led to believe God didn’t talk to anyone anymore. Since I am a feminist and have always been quite rebellious, the last thing I ever expected to be in my life is a woman who has been hearing the voice of God.

But I’ve been experiencing profound events for over 20 years that I can’t explain any other way, so I will be focusing on the subjects of feminism*, motherhood, and the voice of God, since they have been intertwined in my life.

I write essays, memoir, and short stories (sometimes humorous) about my experiences, what I think about different beliefs, and what I am learning about the nature of humanity and the nature of God.

*As a feminist, I believe in the importance of inclusivity, and in my writing I address it in ways that relate to me, but not in a broad sense.

Category/Genre(s): Essays/Columns, Nonfiction, Short Stories, Paranormal
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing