What Does Liberation Look Like?

There is a preconception in our culture that to be a person of faith means to live a small, tight, narrow life, but that has not been my experience. Far from it. In truth, the deeper I go,… Read More

The Unqualified Yes

“In a very real sense not one of us is qualified, but it seems that God continually chooses the most unqualified to do his work, to bear his glory. If we are qualified, we tend to think that… Read More

The Gift is not Grace Kelly

Every time I teach, I learn. So it was this weekend when I was in the middle of a talk on Loaded Words. I was telling the story of a dear friend who had come to faith about… Read More

Enter Here

Twenty years ago I fell though a crack in my spirit and into a world that is strange and wonderful and ceaselessly upending. And ever since then, I’ve been trying to help other people like me find an… Read More

A Poet’s Glance at Random Acts of Kindness

GIFT For a hundred miles the fields have worn beards of ugly stubble and night is falling and you can’t find a lover, not on AM or FM, and the hand at the toll booth wears a glove… Read More