Stumbling along a path through nastiness to confession and restoration.
Barbie is at the same time funny, creative, and thought-provoking. It asks significant questions about being human, who we are and why.
The ancient Teacher noted that as we age, chronic health conditions arise. How we deal with them is a part of faithfulness for followers of Jesus.
How important is personal virtue to leadership? Very. And the people of God have an opportunity to demonstrate the loveliness of righteousness.
Christopher Wright, author of The Mission of God (it’s very good), provides six questions to ask as we study the Bible to better understand God’s purposes in the gospel.
Here is a list of five of my favorite memoirs! I am contributing to an exciting new website featuring one of my books and favorite reads from other authors.
A new book argues for determinism, and a film reveals what such a worldview would produce if lived out faithfully.
An account of the Atlantic slave trade, from 1518-1865 reveals the callous disregard for the life and humanity of blacks created in the image of God.
Witnessing to Christ’s Lordship includes faithfulness in the little things of life. They can make a big difference.
A novel set in the COVD lockdown, where two strangers and a parrot are forced to consider life, meaning, connections, and how to put up with one another.
Aging with dignity and grace is not always easy, but as we share our stories, we hope to keep track of them and learn. Perhaps encourage others.
Three books telling the history and stories of Native Americans touch deep chords of humanness and help fill out my understanding of the true story of America.
A strongly believed myth today is that our desires, what we imagine to be the best life for ourselves, is the truest part of ourselves. It isn’t.
Tara Isabella Burton identifies a myth that shapes our world. That our true humanity is in creating ourselves as we wish and finding ways to have everyone see us that way.
A Vanderbilt professor argues that Beyoncé concerts are, for many in the audience, a religious experience. There are implications for the church.
Legendary music producer Rick Rubin provides 78 reflections on creativity and the creative life. Directed to artists but for all of us.
The AR-15 is not designed for hunting but for killing as many people as possible in the shortest time possible. Something should be done about it.
A poet writes her way through cancer.
The authors reflect on the fiction of C. S. Lewis to uncover his deeply Christian view of being human, being part of created reality, and caring for creation.
Doubt seems fragile and unbelief curiously robust in our world. It helps to remember we are living at the Interface.