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“Walk in My Shoes”: Chris Hoke

In seminary classes I’ve learned how to read the Bible narratives. In English literature classes I’ve learned how to see deeper into fictional narratives. But in this MFA program, doing spiritual writing, or creative nonfiction, I’m finally put to work learning how to interpret my own stories, from childhood to jailhouse. Continue Reading …

Taming the Busy Trap

By Allison Backous Troy

If busyness is an addiction, then it feeds some desire that has been twisted and bent by wrongdoing. And, like anything else, that desire needs rehabilitation, a house of healing to set it aright. Continue Reading …



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