Rethinking the Rainbow: Hope after Miscarriage

Not all women who walk through miscarriage will hold a rainbow baby.

Netflix’s Atypical Explores How We Fail to Love Each Other

Netflix’s Atypical is not truly about a boy with autism. Rather, it’s about the way love ebbs and flows through every community.

The First Black Bachelorette: A Hopeful Lament

Whether or not ABC moved in the right direction for the right reason, it undoubtedly is the right direction.

Solidarity, BBC Dad

BBC Dad started that interview as an expert on Korean politics, but he ended it as Every Parent Ever.

School Choice and Communal Responsibility

School Choice means that some kids might get left behind. Are we really okay with that?

Patriots Day and the Discomfort of Community

Patriots Day serves as a sharp reminder that community is, in many ways, inorganic, uncomfortable, and difficult.

The Weight of The Crown & the Work of the Kingdom

We have remembered our kingdom’s crown but have neglected the example of our king.

I Found God’s Image in My Son’s Autism

Children with disabilities aren’t incarnations of clinically identified symptoms—they are human beings.

Raw Grief and Real Hope in Ingrid Michaelson’s It Doesn’t Have To Make Sense

Ingrid Michaelson’s ‘Boys and Girls’ and ‘It Doesn’t Have To Make Sense’ intersect in the space between what love should be and what we’ve made it.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Panders to Our Longing for Resolution

For me, the magic of Harry Potter was not simply the story printed on the page; it was the countless ones that weren’t.

Touchdown Jesus: Baylor’s Need for a Lingering Repentance

Carrying on with business as usual when something has gone terribly wrong is only playing at goodness—a sour imitation of the real thing.

Touchdown Jesus: Masculinity Stands Up to What’s #MoreThanMean

#MoreThanMean shows that while abuse may be destructive, disgusting, and altogether intolerable, it is not a problem beyond hope of redemption.

Touchdown Jesus: In the NFL Draft, Does Function Trump Value?

During the draft process, the NFL is often exclusively concerned with a person’s functional worth. Is this justified? I’m not sure.

Touchdown Jesus: Premium Seats and the Challenges of Change

The battle over Yankee Stadium’s premium seats reveals the tensions between old and new.

Touchdown Jesus: Erin Andrews’ Harassment Shows the Sports World’s Injustice

The sports world’s treatment of women must change—now.

5 Reasons Donald Trump Earned His Place in the WWE Hall of Fame

Many feel that because his background is in business, Trump doesn’t fit in with his esteemed peers, but I disagree; Donald Trump has more than earned his spot in the WWE Hall of Fame.