Openness to Delight

child delighting

Alan Jacobs, in his excellent biography of C.S. Lewis, made the observation that Lewis was characterized by “an openness to delight, to the sense that there’s more to the world than meets the jaundiced eye…” In other words, Lewis did… Read More »Openness to Delight

Shards and Fragments

Archeologists sift through the ruins of ancient cultures. They gather shards and fragments (often broken pottery and partial manuscripts), trying to piece together the story of that place and people. I rummage for shards of broken beauty God has preserved in… Read More »Shards and Fragments

Stop Hiding


For years, I’ve been trying to tune into what other people want and tailor my writing—even my opinions—to that vague perception. I’ve looked for authoritative personalities to give me their stamp of approval. I was timid about my passions. I’ve… Read More »Stop Hiding