My calling to live as a bridge-builder often situates me at the intersection of contrasting extremes. This week has been particularly grueling in that respect because death has been front and center. Death has a way of exposing the stark… Read More ›
We couldn’t have all been more different politically, and we all left feeling that it’s not right, what’s happening down there.
Many people are sharing excerpts of Rachael Denhollander’s impact statement and praising her for how powerfully she shared the gospel in court on January 24th. For example, in the Gospel Coalition post that has been widely shared, the writer embeds… Read More ›
How a Medical Mishap and a Dishwasher Installation Disaster Led to a Scooter Adventure With My Child
Years ago, when I was working at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, a mishap occurred while I was in the process of removing an ON-Q* pump from a post-surgical patient. (An ON-Q* pump is basically a skinny, flexible catheter that delivers… Read More ›
My daughter keeps me honest. She sees past all my excuses and justifications. “Get off your phone, get off the computer, and pay attention,” she demands. As a writer focused on sociopolitical, cultural, and ecclesiastical issues, I wrestle daily with… Read More ›