A Slow Canoe + Free Downloads

I want to do a better job at thinking my thoughts. Can you relate? Sometimes it feels like modern society pushes us across the surface of life’s water like one of those tremendously powerful speed boats. These boats can move from point A to point B with an incredible speed; but they often crash, produce a cacophonous roar, and

Myth, Parable, and Subversive Community

The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult; and left untried. – G.K. Chesterton The Original Christian Art Form Rather than an institutionalized religious system that was established immediately in the wake of Jesus’ presence in the world, the term Christian was the name given to describe a fringe

Writing as Creating Information

I’ve been slowly reading through Mihály Csíkszentmihály’s book Flow in between other readings for the last few months. There are so many little niche things that I could expound up on, but for this post I wanted to share something specifically about the act of writing. In the chapter titled “The Flow of Thought” he writes: “If the