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Contributing Writer since 2014
An “experiment in creative community” founded by Andrew and Pete Peterson, and one of my favorite places on the Internet. All of my contributions can be found here.
Contributing Writer since 2009
Founded in 1996, Jesus Freak Hideout is a leader in the Christian music world for news, album reviews, and artist interviews. Here’s a selection of my contributions…
- Switchfoot – Hello Hurricane
- Jason Gray – A Way to See in the Dark
- Audrey Assad – Heart
- Andrew Peterson – Light for the Lost Boy
- Audrey Assad – Fortunate Fall (Second Opinion)
- Love & the Outcome – self-titled
- Derek Webb – I Was Wrong, I’m Sorry, & I Love You
- Learning to Trust: An Interview with Jason Gray
- As Long as it Takes: An Interview with Meredith Andrews
- Building Something Special: An Interview with Audrey Assad
- Remembering Eden: An Interview with Brandon Heath
- Following God’s Lead: An Interview with Lindsay McCaul
- I Choose Jesus: An Interview with Moriah Peters
- An Interview with Andrew Peterson
- An Interview with Ellie Holcomb
- An Interview with Jason Gray
Guest Blogs & Miscellany
Guest pieces written for other websites.
- Greener Trees / Tell Me a Story – For a reading group study of Luci Shaw’s Breath for the Bones
- Every Day Poems / Suadade – One of my poems published in the EDay Poems newsletter!
- Good Women Project / When You’ve Only Dated One Guy 10 Years Ago… – The proverbial “One” is someone who will help me be holier and more human than I am on my own. Not a white knight to rescue me, but a broken, lonely wanderer to come alongside and teach my pride to die.
- Greener Trees / An Unfinished Work – For a reading group study of Dorothy Sayers’ The Mind of the Maker
- Centricity Nation / A Place at the Table – A week later, I’m sitting at my kitchen table in Florida, not quite sure how tell a story of four days in Nashville that left me quite different and wholly the same. So, like all good stories, I’ll begin from the beginning… like what the heck is a Hutchmoot?