This week I try to continue to envision the uninhabited middle ground. We must press deeper into our commitment to a new way of thinking.Read More
The world is in need of more steady voices. We hope this is a place where The Gallery tells a different kind of story, a good story, a hopeful but sober story. We're not trying to say all the things, or have all the opinions, we are just trying to communicate the invitation to a larger conversation that we have not with our words, but with our lives.
I believe that the middle ground is the great unexplored territory of the American world.Read More
Tens of thousands are homeless, stranded, hungry, or displaced by Hurricane Harvey. Those that survive in South Texas and Louisiana face months and years of rebuilding their lives. They’ve escaped with their lives, but not much else. Life will forever, till their dying day be talked about as “before the flood” and “after the flood.”Read More
It’s laughable that I’m writing about faith right now because I am in the middle of a serious faith crisis. I hit a place about two months ago where I could no longer ignore the confusion and doubt and fear intertwined with my faith. It’s not an intellectual doubt about the historical Jesus or the reliability of the Bible. I couldn’t even tell you exactly what I’m doubting, only that my way of understanding who Jesus is and what following him means is shifting. And it is painful.Read More