New Year, Same Me

I had a fairly idyllic childhood. The first few years of my life were filled with the things that still matter most today: my people and books. All my needs were covered by my parents. Sure, I had to deal with my younger brother but at that stage, we got along fairly well. I didn’t […]

The Red Couch: Disunity in Christ Introduction

“Oh, I’m not like those Christians.” I don’t know how many times I’ve uttered that sentence in the last decade or so. Sometimes it was said with disdain, other times with reassurance. Always with the intent to distinguish between them, whoever they were, and me. The thing is, you could belong to one of those […]

The Red Couch: 2015 First Quarter Books

What an amazing first year The Red Couch has had! Thank you so much to everyone who has participated thus far. As a reminder, today is the last day to fill out our first Reader Survey. If you haven’t had a chance to fill it out yet, we’d much appreciate it. I am positively thrilled […]

The Red Couch 2014 Reader Survey

Last month marked our 11th book together at The Red Couch. Our team has loved reading and discussing each one with you and we hope you have too. Before next year gets underway, we’d like to know what you think about what we’re doing here and how we can improve. Whether you’ve read zero books […]

The Red Couch: Writing Down the Bones INTRODUCTION

What’s your story? The story about the kind of morning you’ve had or that pivotal moment 12 years ago that changed everything or how you met your best friend or that time you hitchhiked across state lines or why you prefer to shop at this grocery store over that one. We all have stories. They […]