The Sound of Sameness

Editor’s Note: Rebekah Sanderlin is a journalist, a military wife and a dear friend. She is also a native of Tennessee. As you can tell, we share a lot in common. In the following essay, Rebekah talks about another thing we share – the loss of our Southern accents. Something we both are sorry to [Read More...]

Starve a Child, Save a Gay

World Vision

I was in Nashville when the text message arrived: “Have you kept up with what’s going on with World Vision?” Only barely, I replied. I’m on the road. Prior to heading out of Seattle earlier this week I had read a story about World Vision’s decision to hire Christians in Same-Sex marriages. World Vision is [Read More...]

The Civil Wars Unhinged

Williams

I hate it when a cherished friend up and quits me. Thankfully it hasn’t happened but a couple of times in my life, but boy, oh boy have those break-ups hurt. I’m not talking about romances. I’m talking about the kind of friend I considered an intimate. Somebody I could talk to about any given [Read More...]


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