Review: Our Last Option

Option 1: I’m right and you’re wrong and that’s that. Option 2: We’re all right in our own opinion and that’s that, let’s just get along anyway. These are the two options most of us see when engaging in our society. You’re either pro-choice or pro-life. You’re either anti-gun or pro-gun ownership. You’re for gay […]

Learning about community from the Didache

I’ve got bad news for Tony Jones haters. There’s nothing to hate about his latest book, The Teaching of the Twelve. In fact, you may love it. Last week, I finished reading his little book about the little book, the Didache. The didache is a book that dates back to the ancient church but didn’t […]

The Longest Trip Home by John Grogan

I’m not sure where I first heard this phrase but, as a parent, I think about it all the time. “It’s a parents job to mess a kid up, it’s their life’s work to put it all back together.” That could be the byline for John Grogan’s book, The Longest Trip Home. This memoir picks […]