We don’t very often look at how toxic masculinity harms the man who buys into and perpetuates it, but that is exactly what The Killers music video challenges us to see.
I wrote about being single and 35, but I wrote for all us singles out there, regardless of age. Please enjoy and stick around to read other fantastic reads in this issue of Fathom Magazine: SAVE THE DATE Your pal,
Even wasps have their keeper and their home Lord protect me and mine Every limb throbs with swelling potential Leave leave Leaves twist beneath his pronged grasp Clutching to draw the water droplets to himself Air around us pulsing the
Written on a Sunday after a sermon describing a very hard year, but exhorting the congregation to gratitude without leaving room for grief. Sung to the tune of “For the Beauty of the Earth.” Of my wretched lowliness I need never
So if you aren’t already reading Fathom, please start. The articles and stories that they curate about culture and faith are top notch. Which is why I am alway very grateful when my own writing gets chosen to be featured
I have come to the end of my time at Dallas Theological Seminary. Yet as I walk in my last semester, looking to that day of Graduation, alas my refrain is “already-not yet.” It is then, with no little satisfaction,
This week I had the pleasure of being included in the 7th Issue out from Fathom Magazine, which is themed around Questioning. Read my first piece of creative non-fiction to be picked up by a publication and leave your comments about
New Post from me on Norville Rodgers just in time for the world missions conference on my campus this week. A good read for those who want to love missionaries well. Seven Things You Don’t Want to Hear About My
So, NorvilleRodgers.com ran my uber-nerdy LOTR Dating article: Check it out and some of the site’s other sweet reads HERE.
I have been grieving. As a woman of faith, I have been dissatisfied with many of the attitudes towards grief and grieving in my communities. I have had Romans 8:28 slathered on me by well-meaning peers who do not recognize