Solo Adventures as Creative Resistance

A year ago, I returned from one of the most exhilarating adventures of my (admittedly short) life—a six-week solo backpacking trip through parts of the Middle East and Europe. It started with a learning lab in Israel/Palestine with a group of lovely strangers-turned-friends at The Global Immersion Project, an organization equipping the church to live [...]


Enemy Love Saves the World

The last few years have been an incredibly strange season as I’ve experienced the disorientation and reorientation of my faith. Emotionally, I’ve been a mixed bag. Though an exaggeration, I want to say I’ve experienced the fullest range of emotion available to humanity in just a few short years—grief, gratitude, bewilderment, relief, depression, hope, cynicism, [...]