We call ourselves a religious nation. But does that make us righteous and just?
This story will have you lingering in a small cafe in France and in a Michigan as well.
The Bible makes it clear. You are only allowed to love, not to judge. If people like Mike Pence have to voice their religious view that homosexuality is wrong, they must give it the balance it is due. By that mean, if they want to spend ten minutes on gay people, they must first preach … Continue reading Thoughts after church after a long absence
I have been a part of the Lakefly Writers Conference for the last five years now. I've spoken at it twice and I want to invite you to come to #lakefly17. If you are a writer, you need to go to a conference. They do so many things for you. They teach. They create friendships, … Continue reading Lakefly Writers Conference
Lisa Lickel’s Understory is an intriguing stomp through a small Wisconsin town ensnared by a cold snap and a crime syndicate involved with drugs, murder and sex trafficking. Understory, published by The Prism Book Club November 16th, is a great story that fulfills Lisa’s promise of “What if stories with a touch of grace.” Lisa’s … Continue reading Understory