A sermon by an Episcopal bishop and the discovery of a local diner caused me to ask: what does it mean to find and be found? Read more on this week's blog.
As an English major, I learned to avoid the passive voice.
My high school teachers, followed by college professors, taught me to opt for active verbs over variations of "to be." Working for the college newspaper drilled the same rule into my mind. Even now, when I'm proofreading the church's newsletter or typing an everyday email, I pay attention to the verbs. Read More
Dearly Beloved Readers,
As I write a paper for my doctoral class this week, I share with you this post from February 6, 2014, shortly after the death of actor, Phillip Seymour Hoffman.
I was a sophomore in college when I first watched Phil play Phil.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman's untimely death this week has the news abuzz and fans saddened. Read More
During my second year of seminary, class was in session on Christmas Eve.
Instead of a lecture hall at Candler School of Theology, the classroom was a church on Bailey Avenue in Jackson, Mississippi. The professor was the church's senior pastor. Read More