the single sessions

An Interview with Ashley Gillman


And we’re back with another  installment of “the single sessions.” I have loved reading your comments on Joy and Evan’s posts. Now I’m excited to introduce you to Ashley Gillman. Ashley has a great attitude about the single life and dating in the digital age — I thought that we all might learn from her joyful and adventurous perspective. […]

the single sessions

An Interview with Evan Richardson

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And we’re back with another  installment of “the single sessions.” I loved loved LOVED reading all of your comments on Joy’s post — her words and feelings sure resonated with a lot of you. Now for Evan’s introduction. I have never met Evan — the two of us have just exchanged a few emails — he reached out after my post “Church and the […]

He Knows You

An Excerpt by Sheridan Voysey

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Today I’m giving space on the blog to my friend Sheridan Voysey. I am a fan of Sheridan’s life and his work. {You should definitely pick up a copy of Resurrection Year if you haven’t read it yet — it’s an incredible read.}  Sheridan’s new book Resilient: Your Invitation to a Jesus-Shaped Life launches Wednesday October […]

Church is Not A Building


Hey guys, I am posting over on Deeper Church today. A few weeks ago, I attended the last ever church service in Cross Point’s Charlotte Avenue campus. I got teary-eyed as I sat sandwiched between two of my best friends’ families and belted out the words to “One Thing Remains.” I was heartbroken to leave the worn […]

The Third Side


You know the old adages… There are two sides to every coin. There are always two sides to every story. At some point between adolescence and adulthood, these ‘truths’ because so engrained in each of us that we often neglect to see the error in their simplicity.  Quips that were created hope of advancing our […]

Contemplating Christmas


I’m posting over at A Deeper Church today. Hope you’ll go check it out. I have had a long year. The last 12 months might have been some of the best, and the worst, I can remember.  Back-to-back-to-back transitions, a crazy travel schedule, and reacclimating to life in Nashville has worn me out. And then yesterday, […]

Let’s Do Justice

Dance off

Another place I’m honored to contribute monthly is Prodigal Magazine. I will be writing on their Social Justice channel. Here’s some more information about the site: Not everyone has the power to live a good story. I know that sounds unfair and the truth is, it is. Some good stories are blocked by injustice. There are […]