Why we join with total strangers to fund other total strangers’ projects online. Some friends and I have been working…
Commit to the slow work of shaping the world around you so that it looks like your best guess at…
Matthew Melema: A different Jesus in Ezra Pound’s “Ballad of the Goodly Fere”
A way to enjoy books and build companionship with fellow readers–even in a busy world.
The unusual (and incredible) reality about set design is that, like an actor, it also has the potential to animate a world
Emily Lund: How a Pacific Northwesterner found home in the flat Midwest.
Why I started putting part of my monthly giving towards buying groceries. It has long been customary in many Christian…
Daniel Kishi: Sports can help alleviate the hunger of a country starved for shared experiences.
Of what use is the little prince? He is of no practical use at all—and that’s why he is essential.
Daniel Kishi: Landscaping is a reminder that we are limited, dependent on someone Greater, and subject to factors outside our…
Breaking Bad, buying local, and old books all have one thing in common…something we are all searching for.
Great roles require great natures—and a lot of prep work.
What can we gain from the stage that we can’t get from watching a screen?
Abbie Storch: In light of recent events, we must remember that God the victim stared violence in the face —…
A response to Andrew Collins’s “In Defense of Hamilfans.”
How to avoid the fashion industry’s version of “junk food” when you shop.
It’s healthy to find art you can get obsessed with.
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.