Framing Conflict, and More “Blood Brothers”

As March rolled in, I introduced Blood Brothers for The Red Couch Book Club at SheLoves Magazine. You can read my post and the discussion post by Annie Rim at SheLoves Magazine. In my own commitment to writing about the intersection of faith and media, faith and communication, I also wanted to offer some further thoughts on … More Framing Conflict, and More “Blood Brothers”

Blood Brothers

As part of the The Red Couch Book Club with SheLoves Magazine, I am introducing the book Blood Brothers by Elias Chacour for the month of March. Join me at SheLoves Magazine for the whole introductory post. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God.  (Matthew 5:9) Last fall, my local YMCA hosted … More Blood Brothers

Keep Rolling

I meant to write about communication and media this week. I did. But I didn’t get to it. Turns out, there’s something about the beginning of the new year that keeps me from writing. Right around February last winter I lost track of my writing, and I’m trying really hard not to let that happen this … More Keep Rolling

Reading Silence

I became a Christian in high school, right around the time of the Columbine High School massacre. One of the stories that came out of the tragedy was of a teenage girl who was shot because she affirmed her belief in God. At fifteen, with my fledgling faith, I remember wondering if I would be … More Reading Silence