What Can Artists Teach the Church?

I’ve worked for and with a lot of arts-and-faith nonprofits, as well as a bunch of organizations and people that are interested in how the church can better “engage” with art and artists. So, I have often heard people ask what churches can do to support their artists. I’m really glad they’re asking that question, [Read More...]

Don’t Do What You Love

Wait, what? Don’t do what you love? No, argues Charlotte Lieberman in Harvard Business Review — just do what you do: And like many, I wonder if I am “following my passion.” Doing “what I love.” I do love writing — but I’m not necessarily passionate about describing the benefits of adding chia seeds to green juice. [Read More...]

Keira Knightley’s Allowance

Well, this is interesting: the actress Keira Knightley makes a lot of money, but gives herself a $50,000 allowance: While it may sound like a lot to some, Knightley’s net worth is a reported $50 million, thanks to international hits like “Bend It Like Beckham” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl,” which earned over $654 million at the [Read More...]

Can’t a Dad Hug His Boy?

At Good Letters, after the sad shooting a few weeks ago, Vic Sizemore writes about children and memory: Yesterday evening, Evan, my wife Liz, and I sat at the picnic table in our backyard near the woods. Despite the citronella candle, the mosquitos were thick, but the weather was so perfect we played out there anyway, [Read More...]


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