Inside Out: The Ultimate ‘Zeroes’ Power

Recently, I finished reading the incredible Zeroes series by Scott Westerfeld, Margo Lanagan, and Deborah Biancotti. This story about a bunch of teenagers who discover they have crowd-based superpowers is probably the first series I’ve ever read where I felt completely satisfied at the end. It didn’t end on a cliffhanger, demanding endless what-abouts. Nor did it end with me wishing there was another book in the series. It’s okay that there isn’t.

Blurred Reflections

Seeing the whole image of God in virtuous traits exhibited by men and women. This piece was published in Fathom Magazine on July 11, 2018. I read C. S. Lewis’s science fiction novels, called The Space Trilogy, a couple of years before the current firestorm of awareness on gender issues. With the amount of attention paid…

3 Things the March for Our Lives Tells the Church About Gen Z

This article was published on April 2, 2018, in Relevant Magazine. Recently, hundreds of thousands of people took part in the March for Our Lives, the student-led anti-gun violence protest that held demonstrations in 800 cities in the U.S. and numerous sibling marches around the world. Most of the leaders and participants in this massive…

6 Leadership Lessons from Phil Coulson, Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Phil Coulson, Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is one of the best shows on television — ever. I’ve been a fan from the beginning when Phil Coulson and Grant Ward showed up in sunglasses outside Skye’s beat up van in Los Angeles. Since being raised from the dead at great lengths, Coulson has led a small band of dedicated individuals to keep the world safe, to serve as a shield between earth’s people and threats they couldn’t ever imagine.

The World Should Stop

By now you know the details. Explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, UK. Word spreads as fans flee in confusion, terror, fear. Hang time. Hold your breath and hope it’s just a false alarm, an equipment malfunction perhaps. And then we learn it’s what we feared. A willful slaughter of fun-loving innocents. Bloodshed…

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