This Christian Privilege I Enjoy

Perhaps better understanding our socioeconomic place in this part of the world will help us put ourselves in the place of those living here who are so different than us. … More This Christian Privilege I Enjoy

I Pray Selfishly

Truthfully, I’ve not known how to put this into words. While scattered, my many emotions surrounding prayer could recently be summed up with only one: frustration. I’m not frustrated with what prayer is. Actually, its most basic definitions and the degree to which we need it have become incredibly beautiful to me. The swirling cacophony … More I Pray Selfishly

Faith (or “Being Willing to Not Know”)

If certainty about God is the destination you’re pursuing then be prepared to, if you’re an honest person, be traveling that road the rest of your life before realizing you know little more than when you started; or if you’re easily swayed by falsity and comfort, find yourself living in a tourist trap of a town that professes to have all the answers but merely consists of pretty cardboard cutouts propped up on either side of the road. … More Faith (or “Being Willing to Not Know”)