Author: Tiya Thomas-Alexander

Tiya Thomas-Alexander  |  August 26, 2022
We almost always have a full home and people around the table. It fills my heart to the brim. But it also exposes me for who I am: a grumbly...
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Tiya Thomas-Alexander  |  September 22, 2021
It’s hard to admit how awful the throes of mental illness are. It’s easier when recalled; when rationale has been restored.  It makes little sense now, but I remember rushing...
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Tiya Thomas-Alexander  |  February 24, 2021
It is the beginning of 2021 and I am writing this during the third national lockdown in England. Writing narratives from the middle of things can be risky because there...
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Tiya Thomas-Alexander  |  June 3, 2020
A Liturgy for those Grappling with Injustice Lord, in the middle of the pandemic, injustices are coming to light with force. Lord, are You watching over it all? It feels...
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Tiya Thomas-Alexander  |  February 16, 2018
  When Naomi left her hometown for a foreign country, Moab, the Bible doesn’t tell us how she felt. All we know is that she went along with her husband...
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Tiya Thomas-Alexander  |  May 2, 2017
Recently, or rather over the past year, I’ve been pushed to a particular place. I am generally a very dramatic, emotional girl, but in this place suddenly I find more...
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