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Tomorrow I will See My Heart on a Screen

Tomorrow I will see my own heart on a screen—a color echocardiogram. It was four years ago this week when...

Writers, Words, and Readers

A writer’s words are his or her work. With the exception of contracted copy writing for an organization’s use, the...

The Conflict I Feel Promoting My Easter Book

This time of year I try to make people aware of a book I wrote about the Easter story. I...

Those Kids Still Have No Idea

Last week, the internet nearly caved in on itself when a happy toddler in white glasses and a yellow sweater...

A Struck Easter Egg

One of the people who wrote an endorsement for Struck is my dear friend (and wonderful author), Jonathan Rogers. He...

Songs from Struck

I started writing songs when I was in High School. Over the years, life, calling, and family have redirected my creative...

Rest in Peace, Mr. Van Horne

“Read the confessions, the memoirs, the court room transcripts. There is always a line the scoundrel steps across and becomes...

Sad Stories Told for Laughs

(Editor’s Note: I recently spoke with my good friend, Jonathan Rogers, for his fun series “Sad Stories Told For Laughs.”...

The Wounded Hero: Van Gogh’s The Good Samaritan

“Our brokenness has no other beauty but the beauty that comes from the compassion that surrounds it.” Henri Nouwen Vincent...

Beech Grove

In the fields of central Indiana, at the intersection of an old gravel road and the highway that divides the...

We All Come From Somewhere

(Editor’s Note: Due to the subject matter of this post, some of the links may contain profanity.)   “We will rock...

Day 25, Son of God, Son of Man – Reflection, Questions, and Art During Advent

About the Art: Peter Paul Rubens, The Adoration of the Shepherds, c. 1609, Oil on canvas, St.-Pauluskerk, Antwerp. Peter Paul...

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