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CAPC Magazine, April 2017: Realistically Ever After

Facing the realities of life with all it’s dysfunction and mess isn’t easy.

CAPC Magazine, March 2017: ‘Befriending Others’

Learning to befriend those who are utterly different from ourselves is nothing short of a miracle.

CAPC Magazine, February 2017: ‘And the Winner Is…’

Award show season reminds us of the power stories have to change hearts and sway the masses.

The Island: A Longing to Be Real in a World of Inequality

Superstore is asking us to consider what it means to live in a divided country, to stop pretending like we can ever be all the same.

Willing to Wait for It

When we find ourselves in a period of limbo, needing to wait, we may reframe our situations to make us feel in control, but the truth is, we’re powerless.

A Good Life, a Good Death, and Good-Bye

The longer we live, the more losses we accrue. It doesn’t get easier. There is no ideal life.

Learning about Life, Love, and Dreams from La La Land and The Intern

La La Land embraces the tension of living on this side of heaven, calling us to face the difficulty head on and enjoy the ride.

CAPC Magazine, January 2017: ‘Your Best Year Now’

Certainly 365 days is long enough to craft and create the life we’ve always wanted. Right?

CAPC Magazine, December 2016: ‘What Christmas Is All About’

It’s easy to either succumb to the commercialization of the season or become overly protective—and pushy—about the Christian aspects of the holiday.

CAPC Magazine, December 2016: ‘In the Trenches’

Instead of getting discouraged about the sorrows, we need to pick a trench, jump in, and do the hard and sometimes heartbreaking work in front of us.

CAPC Magazine, November 2016: ‘Cultivating Shalom’

Humans have longed for true peace—the wholeness and rest of God’s shalom—since the garden rebellion.

CAPC Magazine, October 2016: ‘Votes, Voices, and Vices’

A fresh take on political discourse is one of the seeds we must sow.

CAPC Magazine, October 2016: Dystopian Disillusionment

Stories are a powerful therapy for the human heart struggling with the heaviness of the world.

CAPC Magazine, August 2016: Good Clean Fun

Childlike play, choosing to have fun, is a demonstration of faith, that God is ruler yet.