In Defense of Community
Through my own experience of various communities, why society must turn away from individualism.
The Radical Middle
Challenging the comfortable ideological, political and theological clustering that has gripped so many of societies institutions and the faithful calling it is to stand in the middle.
The Parent Dance
Somewhat riffing off of a recent post, I really want to write a book on parenting: the joys, the struggles, the complexities and the privilege.
San Francisco Cafes and Coffee Houses
I know that this has been done, but good golly I could review about 20 off the top of my head right now.
A Year Without Email
May be a dead genre, but am intrigued by the idea that this form of communication is slowly becoming obsolete.
Asian American Christian Progressives
Something about this group of folks: sermon collection, survey, etc.
God is a verb
Our egos defend us as nouns--things, as our sole identity. Take the ego out of it, and what's left? Verbs. The sacred verb is everywhere: when a mother Nurses a baby, when my wife Climbs a tree to Rescue an injured bird. San Francisco is full of verbs...but where?
A helpful manual for dealing with life while you're in crisis mode: where to get assistance when you've lost your job, your home, your income, your health, and in danger of losing your soul.