Praying: For whose ears?In Personal, TOPICS
Palms sweaty, heart racing, mind on overdrive. No, it's not nervousness over an impending exam or presentation, but, well . . . praying with others.
The Compulsory QueueIn ARTSPACE, Artspace Projects
Title: The Compulsory Queue
Description: In life, sometimes it feels like we are standing in a…
I Wanted to Sing, But God’s Track was DifferentIn CONTRIBUTIONS, Writings
I had always loved singing and wanted to join the singing club in school. However, God had a different track in mind for me.
The Circle Shows the Need for Genuine CommunityIn REVIEWS
I recently read Dave Eggers’ 2013 novel The Circle, which was released a couple of weeks ago as a film starring Tom Hanks and Emma Watson. The story follows 24-year-old graduate Mae Holland who leaves her boring hometown job to get a customer relations position at the world’s most powerful social media corporation
So You Think You Have the Best Bucket List?In Opinions, TOPICS
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” Recently my sons’ school principal addressed his students with this line from Mary Oliver’s poem “The Summer Day”, recognizing that with their best years lying ahead of them, life was full of wonder and possibility.