In submitting to limits — reduced private space, access to a smaller geographical area — I’ve discovered that more choice isn’t exactly an existential good.
The most disturbing shadow, stalking behind and stretching before, is rooted at our own feet.
Recently published at Christ & Pop Culture.
Is it possible to like, comment and post to the glory of God on Facebook? It’s complicated.
The struggle to do good in an upside-down world
Jen Pollock Michel invites readers to puzzle over the paradoxes of Christianity and to wonder at its mysteries.
Originally Published on The Official Blog of Power to Change: Students The gods are dead and the sun has stopped in the sky. The land of The Banner Saga aches with the absence of gods who are not there as darkness reaches down from the north under an endless twilight.
Originally published in Area of Effect magazine I made my very first friend in grade one with a simple offer: “Wanna play?” As I approach my thirties, I wish making friends was still that easy. The Six, the first book in K.B. Hoyle’s The Gateway Chronicles series, reminds
Can Breath of the Wild help us endure life's hurts?
I tend to associate ease with skill, so I expect a successful journey to a smooth one.