Pimps and Johns, Morals and "Messages," Faith Hope, and Divine Partnership
Vita Poetica, Spring 2022
Authors read the general revelation and from it fashion something true.
Fathom, June 2021
On Reading To Kill a Mockingbird with My Daughter in 2020
Front Porch Republic, March 2021
Helplessness & Human Dignity at the Edges of Life
Plough, January 2021
Where do I go with my ambition or disappointment if I can’t say with John the Baptist, “He must become greater; I must become less”?
GCD, December 2020
The psalmists’ cries for deliverance lend their voice when we’ve lost ours
The Gospel Coalition, June 2020
At the end of World War II, Anne was shot in a field and left for dead.
A habit of joy sustained her.
Front Porch Republic, May 2020
For a refugee who's fled a thousand miles, planting flowers is an act of
hope—that you’ll be in one place long enough to see them bloom.
Touchstone, March 2020
A Review of Charles Marsh's The Beloved Community; How Faith Shapes Social Justice, from the Civil Rights Movement to Today
Touchstone, October 2005