Category Archives: Miscellany

A look back at 2014

It’s been a busy year! Here’s a look at the most popular links, clicks, and posts on Between Worlds this year – enjoy! Most Popular Posts on Between Worlds: 101 Culturally Diverse Christian Voices When White People Don’t Know They’re … Continue reading

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Reflections on a writing life

“Many words do not satisfy the soul; but a good life comforts the mind, and a pure conscience gives great confidence toward God.” – Thomas A Kempis   Today I’m participating in a blog hop started by Ellen Barone about the writing … Continue reading

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Join the #Weneeddiversebooks social media campaign

When I noticed the hashtag #weneeddiversebooks trending on Twitter tonight, I was completely thrilled and just had to share!  (I also found it happily ironic that it was trending on the day the NBA banned the Clippers owner Donald Sterling for … Continue reading

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{the crippled beggar}

I’m linking up to my friend Amy’s “subvert an empire for us: {poetry for lent}” (awesome title, right?) by posting a poem with the rebels today.   (acts 3) ironically, your warped body begged by day at a gate called … Continue reading

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Would you do me a big-huge-favor?

I’ve just posted a slightly updated version of my ebook, Pondering Privilege: Toward a Deeper Understanding of Whiteness, Race, and Faith, on Amazon and I’d really love to get some reviews on the Amazon site.  If you’ve read the book (most of … Continue reading

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{an old love poem}

    as i watched them plod slowly up the hill, hand-in-hand (for steadiness more than romance), i began to see what so many years of love and tears and laughter and anger and struggle and joy give to those willing to … Continue reading

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|of egrets and old souls|

Every evening, they come. One by one, the egrets arrive at the river preparing to roost for the night. They dance from tree to tree, congregating on the bridge for evening gossip, and when dark falls, they find just the … Continue reading

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