Fearless and Confident

Fearless and Confident The four of us were hunched under a dim light looming over the table. Beers were in hand and the conversation was electric as we recalled distant memories of one another. I met Josh and Tara Bruce while on the World Race in 2008. We spent some time in Thailand and Vietnam […]

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The Way You Should Go

“Then Joshua rose early in the morning and they set out from Shittim. And they came to the Jordan, he and all the people of Israel, and lodged there before they passed over. At the end of three days the officers went through the camp and commanded the people, ‘As soon as you see the […]

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Slow Down

Slow Down

The last three years of grad school felt like a blur, which gave me pause right after graduation a few weeks ago. I’m going to slow down, I told myself. And I have. I took a break from writing. I took a break from reading. I took a break from thinking about most things theological. […]

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On Hospitality with Abdul

As I scrunched myself into the back of his car, I said hello. He quietly said hi back and confirmed that I was, indeed, headed to the Chamblee MARTA station. It was my second time using Lyft, a service identical to Uber. I was using it because I had a $50 credit and was only […]

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No Fear of Man

When I was growing up, I had so much anxiety over what other people thought about me. Did they think I was cool? Did they think I was smart? Did the girls think I was attractive? Were my teachers proud of me? Were my parents proud of me? What did they think? Oh, don’t worry […]

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