Fifteen years ago, I taught a course on spiritual formation at a beautiful Christian college. The term “spiritual formation” generally refers to the process by which the Holy Spirit makes us more like Jesus, but in the context of church history or current practice it usually focuses on a few distinct practices; things like solitude,
One of Martin Luther’s greatest contributions to Christian life–in my humble opinion–was his view of work. He, a monk, came to realize that his vocation was no more holy than that of the local bartender or seamstress. Perhaps is most famous statement on work is that God doesn’t need our work–but our neighbor does. In other
Last fall, I took at trip up to Atlanta for a PPA one-day workshop on dance photography. It was pretty much awesome. I was staying with a friend in another part of Atlanta, and because I had no idea where I was going, I plotted my destination into my phone and told it to adjust
Sometimes you realize the it all comes down to what you love the most.