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Essays on how the existence of God infuses meaning into every atom in the universe. Special attention is given to the implications of the incarnation. Explore topics like faith, failure, joy, perseverance, ethics, personhood, the trinity, meaning, evil, morality, and the character of God.
Bible studies, word studies, topical verse listings, theological deep dives, and additional study resources. Matt gives special attention to topics like peace, justice, God's nature, apologetics, and Christianity in culture.
Authentic meditations grounded in hope. Poems examining the inner-world of doubt, contentment, love, anger, bitterness, rage, peace, anxiety, rest, friendship, and wholeness. Meaning is often intentionally shrouded in order to prompt reflection.
A recurring list of things that are decidedly not crummy. You'll find links to helpful articles, books, music, apps, podcasts, people to follow, and more. Curated online finds served up regularly.
Reflections and essays on fine art, painting, drawing, sculpture, eduction, process, and other related topics. Biblical commentary on the important role of beauty and creativity in our lives. Highlighting trends and current events in the art world, artist stories, and historical perspectives on the changing role of art in society.
Creative process, theology of art, imagination, self-improvement, ideation, product development, collaboration, craft, and conceptualization. Matt discusses principles for successful creative endeavors and maintain joy in your processes.
Essays on the intersection of government and faith. Topics include: Justice, racism, evangelicalism, immigration, political parties, citizenship, economics, religious liberty, innovation, classical liberalism, partisanship, voting, development, and history.