Matthew Clanahan; ISFJ; 25-year-old graduate student; Learning Support Specialist and adjunct instructor at Three Rivers College; Bachelor's of Science in Mass Media/Radio with a minor in math from Southeast Missouri State University; Apple enthusiast; total geek; coffee connoisseur; flannel lover, multiple-instrument musician; drummer for Berlin Airlift; caffeine addict; LGBT ally; Christ follower; ordinary radical
Interests: peace, love, equality, people, social justice, human rights, feminism, music, vinyl records, lyrics, quotes, art, poetry, films, books, technology, coffee, tea, demilitarization, sustainability, community, community development, community gardening, historic preservation, Jesus, theology, orthodoxy, heterodoxy
I listen to a lot of music.
I spend a bit too much time swooning over pictures on Tumblr of people I find attractive.
I appreciate meaningful/artistic/literary/lyric tattoos.
“God’s forgiving power is ever present and ready for us, but we do not experience it. I am thinking, for example, of white folks who do not believe that we are complicit in racism; of people who do not see anything wrong with homophobia; of U.S. military leaders who do not believe that they are doing wrong in authorizing the bombing of Iraq and other people.”
-Carter Heyward, Saving Jesus From Those Who Are Right, p.190