The Price of Pretending
January 27, 2017
My two-year-old son, Ty, is regularly confronted with a fork in the road. He’s learning how to navigate a certain...
Love, War and a Comfy Green Couch
November 25, 2016
My first major purchase in Central Asia was a custom-made, green, suede-like sectional couch. It was beautiful, comfy…and expensive. I...
The Gift of Abandoned Dreams
October 28, 2016
I sat in church on a Sunday night in November 2011, mourning for an abandoned dream. After graduate school, I...
August 26, 2016
Before I graduated, I thought my life was fairly under control, but pretty soon, I found myself struggling with anxiety...
The Deafening Sound of Silence
July 29, 2016
I hesitate to write about the racial issues that are plaguing this country because, as a White woman, I feel...
Not of, But Definitely Sent
May 27, 2016
When I was in college, I successfully buried myself in a “Christian bubble.” My interaction with those who didn’t know...
Open Nerve Evangelism
April 29, 2016
Andy, a 25-year-old man with few career aspirations, walked into the Pizza Hut where we worked together. He was white...