A last-minute duty yields lasting revelation.
A meditation on observing (and not observing) holiday traditions.
What to do when sugary musak just doesn?t cut it.
A treatise on trees for the season when trees take the place of honor in our homes.
Gathering stuff put in the perspective of life in the Creator.
A review of I ♥ Huckabees.
Beck's newest album, Guero, showcases his strengths.
A session on the art of Andy Warhol, with an introduction by Dayton Castleman.
A workshop presented at Practicing Resurrection at Russet House Farm, August 11-12, 2006.
An exploration of the nature and meaning of “good things”.
A pair of footwear acquires more significance on the feet of a nomad.
Friends of catapult respond to a call for reflections on dressing up.
A thorough explanation of what it means to make every day significant.
On the complexities of giving out favorite books.
On the rag that does the dirty work as a reminder of God’s love.
A review of Pierre Salvadori’s film Priceless, an unconventional love story.
What folk tales and the biblical narrative have to offer about the process of growing up.
On the search for purpose, via the story of playwright Horton Foote.
On the complex relationship between symbols and practices of faith.
On the results of a steady diet from the industrial entertainment system.
Sorting out the essentials and non-essentials of the ceremony.
Good news for those who have never been able to "get anything out of" the Bible.
If God is the first Brand Manager, what makes good branding?
Viewing the newest Fleet Foxes album through the lens of Nirvana’s generational legacy.
Lars von Trier’s newest film takes on the meaning of ritual at the end of the world.
What we can gain in losing everything.
What would you do with an extra day in the week?
Hint: it’s about more than just stalking celebrities (with a little of that, too).
Can a poem change the world?
A journey toward heresy and community.