Can music heal cultural wounds?
It’s healthy to find art you can get obsessed with.
Thanksgiving or delight is an overflow of the heart, the spontaneous response to God’s favour.
For Californian folk artist James Spaite, a cello, a guitar, and a pair of voices are all it takes to craft a record that is breathtakingly beautiful and immensely satisfying.
Amidst disturbing violence this past week, a Bible lesson with a five year old: God is still speaking.
A tiny home, a little budget, and big dreams. There’s something about company. A knock on the door, the…
Two writers dialogue on the moral and cultural value of the Pokémon Go phenomenon. Do you have further thoughts about these arguments?…
Philip Bunn argues for the game’s moral and communal value.
The first part in a dialogue on the cultural value of Pokémon Go.
Why young folk love the aesthetics of age.
Live in the middle ground: between the big picture and the close-up.
Where are the songs a father can sing his son? “This is a song about the songs We learned…
Even the best artists have experienced creative drought. Here are their words of encouragement
Wine meets bourbon in the best way. I finally figured out what to do with leftover wine! Now if you’re…
Steps toward intentional leisure.
To Vincent Van Gogh: your faith broke, but we remain. [In Memoriam BJP, 5/29/2014]
The fiddler (and nearly any other artist) needs these two sets of skills to improvise well.
It’s revitalizing to step away from things made with our own hands, and come outside to be surprised by the creative…
A conversation with author Glenn Paauw on why we need to read a newly formatted Bible – together.
The secret that helped unlock a place and a person.