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March 9, 2020

A fog clouds my vision, and I’m struggling with words, hoping/praying something cogent pours out as I stand before forty eager, beautiful college-aged souls, sitting patiently, resisting the Siren call of their iPhones, staring watery eyed at me. Me. There I am, standi...

February 21, 2020

This year I've resolved to spend all my reading hours with 1. Dead people and 2. Minority voices. It's too easy to me to fall into a white, modern fog, and this has forced me out of my comfort zone in all the right ways. 

The first minority book I've read this year is "...

January 22, 2019

Several years ago, sitting on the couch in our stuffy New England apartment, in the dead of winter, my 4-year old approached me. We had finished reading a library book earlier that evening. Caleb has certain gestures when he’s feeling coy, and his big tell is the twitc...

May 25, 2018

You may literally want to rip my head off when your done reading this post. In fact, you may want to do it a whole nother time after that.

One awesome thing I’ve come to learn about the English language is that words are important. I’m not trying to flout...

December 15, 2017

I have had the privilege of preaching to high-school and college-aged students for a decade. I find it both challenging and rewarding, and perhaps, to some, overly mystical. Young people need to hear the Bible. I’ve found myself gradually leaning on the Bible more - no...

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