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David Chang Has Nothing To Be Depressed About

“To Fight This, You Need Help. Medicine, Yes, But People Are Key. You Can’t Do It Alone.”

“Where is the Promised Joy?”

The Most Honest Answer is Often “I Don’t Know”

Deferred Maintenance: Finding God in the Breakdown Lane

If There’s a Blowup, It’s OK

In Praise of Emotional Time Travel (Sort of)

When my kids ask me in years to come how I survived the coronavirus quarantine, will I give them the proper answer or the honest one?

Please Scream Inside Your Heart

Acknowledging Our Pain and Connecting with Fellow Sufferers, Including Jesus

Black Sheep, Doubt, and Unburdening

The Problem is Not So Much the Experience of Doubt but the Denial of its Existence in the Life of the Believer

COVID Stole the Wienermobile and Everyone Is Grieving

The Virus Hasn’t Just Come for our Bodies and Spirits

July 4th, Sufjan, and the Wake-up Call of Death

We’re All Gonna Die with Sufjan Stevens and Tim Keller

The Emotional Plausibility of Faith vs. Doubt

How We Feel about the God We Believe in Matters a Great Deal to Whether We Believe in Him

Grace at a Funeral

Racial Reconciliation and a Glimpse of God’s Kingdom

Dylan on COVID and Little Richard’s Fugitive Good News

Reflections on a Rare Interview with the Rough, Rowdy, and Brilliant Bob Dylan

A Grave Burden

You Can Carry Your Memories, and God Can Carry You