Here is a sonnet that I wrote for Psalm 42, as part of my ongoing series of "Poems, Prayers, Psalms, and Promises."
Jesus tells us not to be afraid, because the only thing to fear is the One who loves us completely. Here is my sermon on Matthew 10:24-39.
The desert fathers and mothers from the 3rd and 4th centuries remind us that when we spend our time criticizing everything, "we drag one another down into the abyss." So let's talk about things that are good for our souls.
How can we learn to live the good life? I reflect on that question as I review Eugene Peterson's book, "Run with the Horses: The Quest for Life at Its Best."
On the eve of the anniversary of the Charleston church shooting, I share a few of my personal memories of that day and the events that followed.
Here is a sonnet I wrote for Psalm 61, as part of my ongoing series of "Poems, Prayers, Psalms, and Promises."
Pondering Psalm 61 led me to thinking about all the tents I've camped in, and this psalm's prayer that we abide in God's tent forever.
There are lots of reasons why I miss in-person worship. Here is one more.
A poem, prayer, psalm, and promise featuring Psalm 139 alongside one of Mary Oliver's most beloved poems.
As I continue to read, listen, and learn about the Black Lives Matter movement, I feel led to share just a few personal thoughts about it.