Bipolar Faith feature in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Bipolar Faith feature in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Jennifer Frayer-Griggs wrote a great feature in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Bipolar Faith is graceful and heartbreaking “You can die of grief.” This is the first sentence of the Rev. Monica A. Coleman’s memoir, “Bipolar Faith: A Black Woman’s Journey With Depression...
Growing, Moving and Standing in Faith

Growing, Moving and Standing in Faith

I had a great interview with Faith and Leadership, a learning resource for Christian leaders and their institutions from Leadership Education at Duke University Divinity School Throughout her life — through high school, college, seminary and graduate school...
5 Reasons to Go Process

5 Reasons to Go Process

I talk with Tripp Fuller of Homebrewed Christianity on 5 reasons to go process theology.  Well, five big tenets of process theology. Catch our conversation here.
Black History Month Q & A

Black History Month Q & A

In honor of Black History Month, Patheos invited a half a dozen black thought-leaders and activists — today’s black history makers — to share their responses to six questions about their work, their inspiration, and the racial justice movement. Here, Claremont...
Online Altar Rails

Online Altar Rails

I continue to blog for the New Media Project where we help religious leaders become theologically savvy about technology.  For the series on community formation and social media, I write about a recent loss, and turn to online communities for support. Here is an...
The Black Church and Sexual Assault

The Black Church and Sexual Assault

Ebony.com recently featured a series on Sexual Assault and African American communities organized by colleague and survivor, Lori Robinson.  Lori has written an important book about surviving and healing from sexual assault.  She conducted an interview with me where I...