Choosing to live at Pierce College

Choosing to live at Pierce College

As a young adult, Monica Coleman drew an imaginary line in the sand. To cope with her mental illness, she viewed checking into a mental hospital as the threshold she would never cross. But, in the midst of a mental health crisis, Coleman finally took action. It was...
Belmont University Faith and Culture Symposium

Belmont University Faith and Culture Symposium

The College of Theology and Christian Ministry is pleased to announce the 7th Annual Faith and Culture Symposium on February 3-7, 2020. The goal of the Symposium is to create a space for conversation around key issues at the intersection of faith and culture. The...
Bipolar Faith Reviewed on Syndicate – Mel Webb

Bipolar Faith Reviewed on Syndicate – Mel Webb

This week Mel Webb compares my book BIPOLAR FAITH to Augustine’s Confessions and W.E.B. DuBois’ discussion of “Sorrow Songs.” Webb gets me to talk more about rape and how one rebuilds scripture and faith amid suffering. Check out Syndicate Network’s ongoing...
I’ve Been Quiet

I’ve Been Quiet

I didn’t know I had a lisp. Not until I was 15 and a boy I liked teased me about it. Once he pointed it out, I stopped talking as much. I immediately asked my parents about it. They said they knew it was there, but didn’t think it was a big deal. They thought I would...