It’s been replaced by a thriving irrigation hose.
We gave our readers a one-word writing prompt: “scar.”
I was diagnosed just after Christmas. It changed my perspective on the incarnation.
When I’m simply present to my own pain, I learn to be present to others’ pain, too.
My Choctaw ancestors understood the cost of lies.
Time ignores our every attempt to harness it.
You don’t get people to show up in court by threatening to take away money they never had.
Lately I find myself returning to the writing of Brian Doyle.
The miniseries is full of big ideas about freedom and self-determination.
The “Son of Humanity,” the “true Israelite,” and the broken places in our communities
Readers of Mark’s Gospel know that a divine fragmentation could happen at any time.
Will Willimon tells preachers to put aside sentimentality.
David Vincent’s exhaustive tome suggests that fruitful solitude has often been linked to privilege.
Susanna Clarke weaves magic into her readers’ lives.
White Too Long envisions the hope that could follow recognition and repentance.
In reality it’s pretty boring—and very important.