Though my faith is important to me, my work doesn't fit into the rules of that genre. If you've read books from the Christian market, you probably picked up on that 😉 Sorry, but my murderous psychopath protagonist isn't gonna go to church and convert. And yet, you will hear about my faith on my blog and social media if you stick around long enough. Here's why (and it's not some sort of "hide it under a bushel" cheesy answer).
I had the privilege of being part of Hannah Brencher's book launch for Come Matter Here. It's for those in a season of transition and those in a season of waiting. It's for questioning. It speaks on community and mental health and faith and being present. It's an anchor and it's wings. It's beautiful. And… Continue reading Come Matter Here by Hannah Brencher
Questions aren't the enemy. The more I hear from those jaded and disillusioned by the church, those who love some idea of God but not the church's, the more I feel the need to say that questions aren't the enemy. Can we just admit that we don't know what we're talking about? We follow some… Continue reading How to Retain Youth in Church
My tears have stained the carpet. I first noticed them right after, as I stepped on the dampness while on my way to a kleenex. Now I step gingerly around them as I skirt through the hall, I scoop the popcorn kernels that shoot from the stove to be seasoned by the salty carpet, I… Continue reading The Sanctity of Carpet Stains