Sarah Kendzior, a St. Louis-based writer and journalist tweeted some truth this week. She connected appeals on GoFundMe to America’s social problems: GoFundMe is US’s truest news source. GoFundMe for funerals of suicide and homicide victims. GoFundMe for medicine. GoFundMe, all is broken. — Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) April 25, 2016 I’m currently working on a […]
I’m plugging away at some non-digital writing projects, but I did want to re-post today from the Center for Stewardship Leaders website for a couple of reasons. First, the CSL launched a new stewardship website this week! Isn’t it gorgeous?! I’m not sure that it’s the prettiest, most robust stewardship center website in the mainline church these […]
I’m training for a half marathon in a few weeks, so I’ve been listening to more podcasts than usual. The upside to listening to podcasts while running is a lot of great entertainment, storytelling, and news. The downside is not being able to take notes. One of those note-taking annoyances hit me last weekend during […]
Is it strange that pastors so rarely speak of smartphones, the main tool with which I serve God and neighbor?
A few weeks ago I received a fun surprise package in the mail: Writing Theologically, edited by my friend and future colleague at Luther Seminary, Eric D. Barreto. Along with the books Reading Theologically, and Thinking Theologically, which came out a few months earlier, Writing Theologically serves as a foundation for learning for those considering or […]