Digital copy of The Mockingbird Parables for FREE (& a WARNING to its readers!)

Just finished work on my upcoming book The Holy Nomad (September ’12) and was overjoyed to hear that Tyndale Publishers is currently giving the digital version of my first book, The Mockingbird Parables, away for free! I would love for you to check it out: http://t.co/8Kl7iSWQ . But before you sit down to read, I […]

Mockingbird Monday: Oak Trees, Shooting Stars, Rediscovering Curiosity and Wonder

I love the sequence in Harper Lee’s novel when the children catch the glint of something in an oak tree on their travels from school. The tree is part of the scenery of routine life for Jem and Scout; they pass it each and every day. I was speaking in the south several months ago […]

Mockingbird Monday – Boo Radley and the Potency of Questions

“The more we told Dill about the Radleys, the more he wanted to know, the longer he would stand hugging the light-pole on the corner, the more he would wonder. ‘Wonder what he does in there,’ he would murmur. ‘Looks like he’d just stick his head out the door…’” “Wonder what he looks like?” said […]