Over the last several years, I’ve had the privilege to live and work in a variety of different aesthetic environments,…
Can we have our bacon and eat it too?
Can we find it in work?
Let kids be kids as long as you can.
We all live with screens: In the classroom, office, and church sanctuary; on our living room walls; in our palms…
Spiritual Practices of Interactions with Screens
There is something spiritual and powerful about words that slices through our chests.
A used book, a stamp, and the stories they tell.
What radical love looks like for me now: a quiet, unknown sainthood.
We need to condemn what is outrageously wrong, but condemnation alone won’t create the good we desire.
Tennyson’s words didn’t mean what your Facebook memes suggest they mean.
Use this day to thank somebody who’s alive and not wearing a uniform.
I’m here to argue for the little square frame, the little bit of perfection surrounded by chaos, and the little pieces of art in our everyday lives.
Are we taking pictures to remember or to showcase?
I’m not talking about the safe snippets. I’m talking about honesty, openness, and vulnerability.