I am absolutely thrilled to announce that I will be releasing my first book with Concordia Publishing House this autumn: Confessing Jesus: The Heart of Being a Lutheran! I have been working on this book in some form for nearly two years(!!), and am so excited that I can finally share it with all ofContinue reading “CONFESSING JESUS: Book Launches Autumn 2022”
What can a nineteenth century German painting tell us about God’s presence with us today?
I drove my car into a ditch yesterday. We were supposed to drive to St. Louis to tour an apartment we are considering for Jonathan’s fourth year at seminary. There had been some winter weather, but the area around us was clear and the roads looked fine from the Department of Transportation website and localContinue reading “The day I drove my car into a ditch”
I’ve uploaded some sticker designs to my shop on Redbubble, which you can check out here. Check out some of the mock-ups below!
We inhabit a culture of terrible ugliness. Not only metaphorically—though there is plenty of ugly behavior, ugly politics, ugly thoughts and words—but also literal, physical ugliness, ugliness to which we have become desensitized and comfortably numb. I won’t dishearten you by parading out examples or generalizations; if you’re still reading this, you likely already knowContinue reading “Beauty and Christ: A Reflection on What it Means to Be Human”
A short post today! I wanted to share a piece of digital art I made recently with you all. The title is Salvator Mundi, which is Latin for “savior of the world.” I’ve wanted to try doing an icon of some kind, and I decided to do a riff off El Greco and Da Vinci’sContinue reading “Salvator Mundi”
This has been a weird month. About a month ago, I had an ovarian cyst rupture. It caught me completely off guard—I was driving to the library when, suddenly, my whole lower abdomen was seized in indescribable pain. For almost three weeks afterward, I continued to just feel off, whether it was more painful spasmsContinue reading “God has made His greatest gifts the commonest.”