Let’s Talk About Vasectomies!

This experience revealed something to me: this is a topic that is not discussed enough. For reasons I will get into shortly, vasectomies are an important part of men’s health and essential to conversations about sexual and reproductive health.

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Exvangelical: Part 1 – My 10 Year Journey Out of Evangelicalism

Simply put, evangelicalism ceased to be a genuine way for me to live out my faith. A faith that engaged the world with love first, was intellectually honest, sought solidarity with “the least of these,” and actively pursued a diverse community. For me (and many others I know) American Evangelicalism has lost its spiritual, social, and moral authority.

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Chaos, Order, and the Creativity that is Ours

If there is one thing that I know about creativity, is that it is about turning chaos into order. It’s putting poetry to the pain of addiction, pursuing solitude to quiet an inner rage, or helping a client organize fragmented ideas and forming a plan. There’s even a very old story that talks about the beginning of the world, and the dark and formless void that was brought to order by divine presence. Fatherhood is full of chaotic moments and we have the daly choice to engage and create.

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My Battle With Meniere’s Disease, Part 1

I was 31 when I was told I had a disease. No matter what age you are when you hear something like that, it’s shocking. It’s not typically something you think you’re going to deal with in your thirties. Four years later, I’m still not sure I’ve fully processed everything that it entails. 

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The Small, Every Day Revolution

I have found that it is the way in which I engage the world on a daily basis that they will remember and be impacted by. It’s the way I love myself, my wife, and the way I make them feel that might very well be my greatest contribution to the world. It’s the small, every day revolution.  

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