In April 2018, I hosted my first public Facebook Live “Ask Me Anything” Q&A. People had a lot of great questions, personal and otherwise. Check out the video to see how it went.
As previously announced to my mailing list, tonight (April 5) at 9pm Eastern, I’m hosting a Facebook Live Q&A. I hope you can make it! To join, just visit my Facebook page.
This week, I was asked to write something on Easter for a new LGBT Christian blog in Australia.
There’s something so cool about finally seeing all my words laid out on the page just as they’ll appear in the final book.
Here’s a talk of mine about what it would look like for Christians to live out our faith in everyday life, and how I think so many of us are getting it wrong.
When I feel dejected, frustrated, lonely, or sad, there are some things I do that often help. Feel free to try these if things in your life or the world have gotten you down. In no particular order: I listen to music—first to help me process my emotions and then to help me move into … Read more
After 16 years running the nonprofit I founded, my life went in a new direction. Here’s the letter I wrote to my friends in early 2018.
My next book, due out in 2018 from Penguin Random House, is tentatively called Talking Across the Divide. It’s about addressing America’s polarized culture—and how to talk to the people in your family and circles of influence you just don’t understand. This book has been a real passion project for me, based on my two decades … Read more
For those of us who are white, it’s important to see what’s happening in Charlottesville and be reminded yet again that this is just the tip of the iceberg; racism is still very much alive in this country. If this many people can show up in one place for a blatantly racist rally (and not … Read more
Friends, It is with tremendous sorrow that I must share this formal statement, which is going out on GCN’s channels today. I have known about this since May but haven’t been able to speak about it, which is why I’ve been silent on social media. I wish I could comment on it further, but I … Read more