Writing and Faith

To the Curly-Haired Barista

Sep 18, 2017

Performance Poetry by Megan LeAnne

When I asked about your tea selection, what I really meant to say was Goddamn you’re pretty.

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Church Pew in Transit

Dec 26, 2016

Flash Nonfiction by Laura Page

The boy’s pulse listed as he helped me learn the jerk of the clutch.

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How to Bury the Dead

Dec 19, 2016

Essay by Samantha Leigh Miller

Writing has saved my life on more than one occasion, although I didn’t realize it at the time.

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Grace Marie Grafton: Poem

Dec 12, 2016

TW Featured Poetry

Mother be forgotten, buffalo meat cut to strips to dry. The sun.

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Words to Light the Way

Dec 05, 2016

Theme Essay by Wendy Brown-Báez

When my youngest son died by his own hand, my life shattered, and my faith crumbled.

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Are Thoughts Things?

Nov 30, 2016

Theme Essay by Cynthia Rosi

Because our religion always marked us as oddities—the people who didn’t believe in doctors—my mother cringed at anything she thought was not socially normal.

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Merry Christmas! Happy Diwali!

Nov 21, 2016

Theme Essay by Nandini Pandya

There is real joy in offering and receiving good will and in coming together despite our differences.

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Death and the Failings of Fiction

Nov 21, 2016

Theme Essay by Rebecca Steinitz

I called my children by each other’s names, missed appointments, left my keys in the running car.

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If God Is Alive, I Hate Him

Nov 21, 2016

Theme Essay by Anna Shane Stadick

To live in the unknown, in the uncomfortable, is a challenge for Christians and writers alike.

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Mehrnoosh Torbatnejad: Two Poems

Nov 21, 2016

TW Featured Poetry

Climb until every pixel
 of the sky’s bloom falls directly into your view.

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