welcome to my world of words.

Writing can be noisy business, and I can regret adding to the clamor. Nevertheless, I hope to write as one who listens.

"If we had a keen vision and feeling of all ordinary human life, it would be like hearing the grass grow. We should die of the roar that lies on the other side of the silence."
- George Eliot, Middlemarch.

Found Wanting: Dorothy Greco, “I don’t want to doubt.”

I am curating stories for a blog project called, “Found Wanting.” (If you’d like to submit a guest post, learn more here.)

During Jesus’ earthly ministry, it was not uncommon for him to approach the sick and sin-sick with this question: “What do you want?” In John 5, he speaks with a man lying next to the healing waters of Bethesda, a man who has been an invalid for 38 years.

“When Jesus saw him lying there and knew that he had already been there a long time, he said to him, ‘Do you want to be healed?’”

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Found Wanting: Hannah Vanderpool, “I didn’t want to stay in America.”

I am curating stories for a blog project called, “Found Wanting.” (If you’d like to submit a guest post, learn more here.)

During Jesus’ earthly ministry, it was not uncommon for him to approach the sick and sin-sick with this question: “What do you want?” In John 5, he speaks with a man lying next to the healing waters of Bethesda, a man who has been an invalid for 38 years.

“When Jesus saw him lying there and knew that he had already been there a long time, he said to him, ‘Do you want to be healed?’”

[read more]

Found Wanting: Charity Singleton Craig, “I wanted to get married.”

I am curating stories for a blog project called, “Found Wanting.” (If you’d like to submit a guest post, learn more here.)

During Jesus’ earthly ministry, it was not uncommon for him to approach the sick and sin-sick with this question: “What do you want?” In John 5, he speaks with a man lying next to the healing waters of Bethesda, a man who has been an invalid for 38 years.

“When Jesus saw him lying there and knew that he had already been there a long time, he said to him, ‘Do you want to be healed?’”

[read more]

Found Wanting: Ben Jolliffe, “I wanted nothing.”

I am curating stories for a blog project called, “Found Wanting.” (If you’d like to submit a guest post, learn more here.)

During Jesus’ earthly ministry, it was not uncommon for him to approach the sick and sin-sick with this question: “What do you want?” In John 5, he speaks with a man lying next to the healing waters of Bethesda, a man who has been an invalid for 38 years.

“When Jesus saw him lying there and knew that he had already been there a long time, he said to him, ‘Do you want to be healed?’”

[read more]