Delina Pryce McPhaull is a writer, editorial consultant, and homeschooling mom living in rural Texas with her husband, kids, and free-range chickens. She co-hosts “Broke-ish,” a fun/serious podcast that takes on topics related to the racial wealth gap and how it impacts Black people today.
McPhaull is the author of Oh Freedom!, a socially conscious and justice-oriented homeschooling curriculum she makes available via WokeHomeschooling.com.
This interview with McPhaull was conducted by email. It has been edited and condensed for clarity.
Tell us a little bit about your faith journey – how you became a Christian, your Christian faith today as it impacts the work you do.
I was in my late 20s when God opened my eyes to the gospel. In the years that followed, I began to take hold of grace and freedom in Christ. I was free to explore my faith without fear and free to rest in the finished work of Jesus. Wow! But that also meant that my husband and I made a very public exit out of the religion that we were both raised in and where he was a full-time pastor. That was almost 10 years ago.