Urban Dictionary is hilariously venerated by a culture that rarely uses the word venerated, but is nonetheless useful when defining phrases like ‘partisan hack’:
“Someone who cares more about supporting a particular party or ideology than supporting what is morally right, or factually true.” Continue reading “Refusing To Be A Partisan Hack Is MUCH More Fun”
The past few years, I have cringed my way through the month of December, mulling over the fact that the Grinch and I seemed to have more in common than I originally thought.
Why? Because I so, SO disliked Christmas. Continue reading “Advent Liturgy To Reclaim Christmas Spirituality”
Thanksgiving. The day we as a culture choose to stop and intentionally be grateful. The one day a year where it’s popular to cultivate thankfulness that would be better if already a common habit. Continue reading “9 Atypical Things I’m Thankful For”
Raise your hand if you’ve ever given up on something because you knew the end result wasn’t going to be what you envisioned.
My hand shot up, in case you were looking for good company. Continue reading “Creativity Is About Process, Not Product”
If you were to make a list of the most popular buzzwords and phrases of the year, ‘self-care’ would be pretty darn close to the top. Continue reading “We Have Misdefined Self-Care”
Typing this in a living room lit only by glowing pumpkins and flickering candles, I only have to glance over my laptop screen to see my worn copy of Night of the Living Dead Christian by Matt Mikalatos sitting on the coffee table in front of me. Continue reading “What Monster Are You?”