New Here?

Longing for Egypt in the COVID Desert

I Suddenly Found Myself Nostalgic for a Time I Never Even Lived Through

Losing Our Religion, Finding Good News

“We Can and May Believe Only that God is for Us”

Learning from Jesus’ Wife

Sometimes, the Truth is Far Stranger than Fiction

Settling into the Strangeness: Pandemic Life as Exile

Parenting in Covid and Shots of Budweiser

Review: Reading While Black: African American Biblical Exegesis as an Exercise in Hope

If You Have Wondered if Christianity Really Is a White Man’s Religion, This Book May Be a Healing Balm

Go and Sell Everything You Have

“Good Teacher, What Good Thing Shall I Do That I May Have Eternal Life?” 

A Devotional for Tomatoes Growing This Side of Eden

While Pruning the Plants, I Realized I Was Talking Them Through It

Hopelessly Devoted: Grace for the Broken in Spirit

“The LORD is Near to the Brokenhearted and Saves the Crushed in Spirit.”

From The New Yorker

Caught Between Love and Shame

On The Soul of Shame by Curt Thompson

The Plagues, COVID-19, and Jesus

On Signs and Wonders in Covid

In the Name of Self-Preservation and the Greater Good

Even When it is Understandable, it Still Feels Oppressive