Seeing God when our metaphors fail

A two story circa 1890's ranch house is shown at the end of a long driveway lined with white fencing at sunset.

Let’s face it, it is absolutely impossible for us to understand an eternal transcendent God and his domain. It is far beyond our comprehension. So, we often use metaphors to make the incomprehensible accessible to …

Read more

Sociopathy versus Narcissism

Two images of an attractive woman. One with a black background and the other overexposed with a white background. In both cases there is a white square superimposed over her face.

Let’s start with the obvious. I am not a mental health professional. I have no training to diagnose a Sociopath or a Narcissist. My interest is completely personal. Over the last couple of years, I …

Read more

Love: The final ingredient

The Knowledge Series by Rondall Reynoso consists of a row of white wooden boxes with painted tops in shades of red that drip over the sides. Knowledge Series, 2004

Heath Veuleman’s powerful article “What’s Love Got to Do With It?” got me thinking about so many different things. One of the main issues though ties into some artwork I began working on in 2003. …

Read more

What’s love got to do with it?

A photo of the author, Heath Veuleman.

The following essay was written by Heath Veuleman. Over the last decade, I have gone through many things where the call to love others is a real challenge. Heath has also experienced challenges in this …

Read more

Exvangelical: Not a journey, but a day

A Chinese landscape painting is shown.

I’ve been in the world for thirty years, And I must have traveled a million miles. Walked by rivers where the green grass grows thick, And entered the frontier where the red dust rises. Purified …

Read more