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Do Christians have to make “nice” art?

I’m working on a story that deals with teenage issues like drugs, under-aged sex, sexual orientation, religion, partying, abuse, and bullying. One of the main characters in my story is bisexual, he does drugs, and is not a virgin, and … Continue reading

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New Project!

Some of you already know about Thinking through Christianity, the new project I’ve been invited to be a part of. You know about it because I’ve been blowing up your social media feeds the last few days. What can I … Continue reading

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When the Wind Blows Where it Wills

Recently a friend of mine, who writes beautifully, shared this piece with me and I asked her if I could share it with you. Caroline was gracious enough to say yes, and I am thrilled because I very much enjoy … Continue reading

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I recently discovered this wonderful quarterly publication devoted to faith in literature and art. Ruminate is great to stick in your bag and pull out on the train or in a coffee shop; while you’re waiting in a restaurant for a friend, or whenever you need a chance to stop and smell the poetry. Ruminate is… Continue reading

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