Here’s a list of things I really liked and really didn’t like in 2017.
Hopelessness, Fear, and the End of the World
Yeah, I’m posting this a lot later in the evening than I normally would. But you gotta cut me at … More
Struggle: the Gift of the Human Experience
Christians are instructed to count their trials as joy. What if we started to look at them as a gift?
What’s Up With the 1989 Cover Streak?
If you’ve been following recent happenings in the music world, it’s very likely that you heard about the different high-profile … More
An Artist’s Faith Does(n’t) Matter
Earlier this month, I posted a couple articles about art, which have garnered quite the response. In an effort to … More
The Problem With “Undercover” Christian Artists
The market is becoming saturated with a sort of “undercover” Christian artist. While this position isn’t completely void of reason, … More
Giving Art Away / The Struggle of Self-Promotion
We’ve come into an age where it is very easy to enter the music/arts industry. People can create and publish … More
The Difference Between Solitude and Isolation
I went on a trip recently, and I felt really homesick – more than usual. I think that my homesickness … More
Why “Performance” is Okay in Worship
Recently I have read a couple of articles stating that worship music is “dying” because of an attitude of “performance.” … More
Hope for a Dazed Community
In the wake of a traumatic event in a community, people respond in various ways. Some have their eloquent voice … More
The Bravest People I Know
My sister Carlee and my brother Emmett are the two bravest people I know, and I am going to tell … More
Debate, Debacle, Disunity
The discord within the American chapter of the family of Christ really upsets me. We make a big deal about the … More
My Family’s Adoption Story . . . So Far
One beautiful aspect about life is that our story never ends. Even after we die, our influences extend beyond the grave, … More
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