The Niagara River
An excerpt from the novel High As The Horses’ Bridles, published this week by Henry Holt.
Acts of Faith
I’d think to myself, this time I’ll thank her for taking the leap of faith that led to my birth. But always within a minute of our meeting, she’d say my boots were clunky and I had a bad haircut.
Six-Word Journey Goes Viral
Last week, we invited readers to share their spiritual/religious journey/testimony of faith/belief/disbelief/beyond belief, etc. (Even we can’t even settle on the proper language. They all seem inadequate.) But, inspired by SMITH’s six-word memoirs, we gave you just that. Six words. Or less. Most stuck to that, many just couldn’t resist a little intro or post-testimony…
No French Kisses
There is a transcendent and overarching God at work. His kisses taste like chocolate.
The Real Truth About Alien Abductions
The over-drugged and under-loved make their own way in the world, even when the FBI tries to make them forget.
This Halloween, how about wearing a truly monstrous costume? A haunting excerpt from A Good War is Hard to Find
The Word Made Strange
How does the son of fallen clergy rebel? He tries to become a monk. An excerpt from Vows: The Story of a Priest, a Nun, and their Son, now available in paperback.
God and Guitars
Christian rock might not have all the answers, but for one fan and one band, it’s the questions that matter.