The Red Couch: Love Undocumented Discussion

Immigration is a hot topic in news and politics. Some days it seems we are inundated with debates over border protection, narratives of immigrant violence and crime, images of refugees risking life and limb, and news about children in cages or detainees kept in holding cells for months on end. I’ll admit, immigration––legal or otherwise––is […]

The Red Couch: Love Undocumented Introduction

Immigration is a red-hot iron poker in the politics of our day. It is easy to become overwhelmed by the facts, lies, stories, and media. A year ago my Facebook feed was crowded with pictures of children in cages. Families being ripped apart at the border. I was filled with indignation. I donated, called my […]

The Red Couch: The Very Good Gospel Discussion

Scanning the list of Red Couch books for 2019, I stopped at The Very Good Gospel by Lisa Sharon Harper then read on and returned to it. Reading those words, I felt a longing stirring within me. I didn’t know the author or the book description, but I knew that I had to write about […]

The Red Couch: The Very Good Gospel Introduction

Most of us reconstruct our beliefs or our language about God and faith over the years. I’m with Sarah Bessey who says, “if our theology doesn’t shift and change over our lifetimes, then I have to wonder if we’re paying attention.” One slow, aching change has been from a very personal, individualistic view of the […]

The Color of Life: An Interview with Cara Meredith

I knew I would want to read Cara Meredith’s book long before she wrote it. One of the first “real” bloggers on the internet to engage and welcome me into her space, Cara’s generosity and posture of learning have been the traits I first associate with her. After reading her first book, The Color of Life, […]