Finding fulfillment in one’s work week.
Let kids be kids as long as you can.
A spiritual fruit in short supply.
Facebook is not for friendships, it’s for neighbors.
Stacia Littlefield on Beauty
The secret to finding meaning in the mundane.
Bart Price: The poetry of fly fishing dovetails with the poetry of faith.
Perhaps we need to remember from time to time that it’s perfectly normal, and expected, to be wrestling most of…
The amazing story of twenty-six African American artists who painted to live.
How can beauty and awfulness have such unity?
An original poem by James Matthew Wilson
Because the world is true, it is actual, it exists, and we must learn to reconcile our longings to it.
A new reflection by Emily Gorton
Are we missing the good stuff with our quick-tap likes and loves?
An original poem by Troy Norman
The thrill of “civilized delight.”
Listening in Lent, by Elizabeth Herreid
Our friend Tyler Castle explains.
The fairytales are real.