The must-see 13 Conversations About One Thing engages viewers in a thoughtful exploration of the one thing that matters most.
Is the starry-eyed optimism of the engaged a mere illusion?
A review of Richard Winters? Perfecting Ourselves to Death.
Going without yields a lesson about the true substance of control.
Looking back at a mile marker on a journey toward greater freedom.
A survey of 22 years of dressing one’s self culminates in a self portrait.
Eve Ensler’s Insecure at Last prompts theological reflection on the lie of security.
A response to catapult’s “Family Planning” issue.
An interview with Bethany Torode about her seven-year journey since publicly advocating for Natural Family Planning at nineteen years old.
Remembering Simone Weil and a middle school band of misfits.
On the capacity of song to embody our memories.
Reflections at the intersection of various cultural expectations about marriage and singleness.
On learning to see God's love in action, not ours.
A reflection on messy friends, neat friends and God's providence.
A visual and narrative reflection on God the Guide.
Considering hope and fear twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Looking back on an out-of-control period of life illuminates the source of stability.
On learning to trust after life changes in a split second.
A tale of two situations, or how I learned to let go.
Concerning another kind of birth story: creation.
Thoughts on the question of (not) registering for gifts.
On the relationship between solitude and serving others.
A defense of the book and, above all, the living Word.
A mother's reflection on the birth of her extraordinary, completely ordinary child.
A confession about the virtual -- and actual -- pressure to win.
Confessions of a natural-born leader.
How a song became a partner in a changed perspective on life.
Confessions of a chronic fast eater.
When everyday appliances challenge our sense of self and truth.