This Fateful Hour

One of my favorite book series is the Time Quintet by Madeline L'Engle. Within that series, there is a book called A Swiftly Tilting Planet. L'Engle puts her own spin on Saint Patrick's Breastplate in the story; the characters use it as a sort of prayer/spell hybrid to defeat the "powers of darkness." Here's her version of the... Continue Reading →

God & the Gardner

If you're a Christian of basically any persuasion, you have at least heard of spiritual gifts. If you've ever taken a psychology class, education course, or counseling class, you've at least heard of Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. If you're most people, you're just confused. Which is okay! This article will hopefully serve to... Continue Reading →

What I Learned from Protesting

Based on that title, some of you are here for a post all about the positives of protesting and its ability to affect legislation. Others of you are here for a post that details why protesting is the hallmark of entitled millennials and/or poor people who should be working instead. Guess what? You're all wrong.... Continue Reading →

God is Ridiculous

Ridiculously awesome, that is! Has God ever given you a promise that is 1000% absolutely, positively RIDICULOUS? Have you ever looked at Him and said, "What?" I have. In the past two years, God has given me a promise that is totally ridiculous. He has done the same thing recently for a close friend. People... Continue Reading →

The Vast Intimacy of God

One of the strangest, most beautiful qualities of the Holy Trinity is His vast intimacy. What do I mean by that? I am simply referring to God's totally unique ability to be omnipotent (unlimited power) and exist in vulnerable relationship with others all at the same time. In order to illustrate this wonderful reality further,... Continue Reading →

And other duties as assigned

Picture it: Sicily, 1922. Just kidding. Picture it: Your workplace, last week. Your boss assigns a task that has absolutely nothing to do with your actual job. On top of that, he's trying to make 20 different changes to deep-seated office culture over the course of 18 weeks. AND his tone of voice is always super... Continue Reading →

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