Sometimes I think this prayer saved my life.
You own your poverty by grace, and while it instills a sadness and longing of its own, it is strangely freeing.
On a visit to a sacred street corner.
How I spent Black Friday.
A funny thing happened on the way to “Amen.”
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Does your deepest hunger have to do with love?
A word for college students and everyone who has a long road ahead.
A fresh reading of the most familiar psalm.
When God makes no sense in your story, you may find that you make more sense in God’s story.
On the turn you take from mourning to hope.
Why petitionary prayer is much more than treating God like a short-order cook.