This is the second part in a series called "Where is the Nuance Needed?" Click here for the first. Our lives are filled with complication, pain, and endless half-truths that demand us to figure out … [Read More...]
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Because I’d like to thoughtfully contribute. I blogged for 10 years and then decided to take a break in the summer of 2015. I felt stuck in a few ways. Not in the writer’s block sense but I needed to find my voice and purpose as it came to the blog again. Over that decade, […]
It’s been the embrace of nuance that has truly served my faith, my relationships, and it’s the way I’ve been able to make sense of this broken world. It’s been a God-given gift that I’ve relied on over the years, probably decades. And these days, it’s become even more important to me now. I find it […]
My thoughts have experienced a bit of a bottle-neck in regards to all that’s in the cultural air. I have lost count on the number of hot-button issues to comment on or avoid — maybe you can relate. When I first began this blog, I thought it would be an exercise on finding the nuance […]
Name the conversation, name the argument, name the cultural debate, name the outrage, and then ask yourself, what role does mercy play in it? All summer, I’ve been following the migrant parent-children separation. Despite the upheaval, judge’s orders, the reunifications are still ongoing and as the end of July about 700 children have still not been […]
Each day feels as if there’s a new set of rhetoric that emerges that responds to yesterday’s arguments and many of our own thoughts feel instantly uninformed and somewhat antiquated. For the past few weeks we have been watching a series of events of children being separated from their parents as they were attempting to […]