In a dynamic collection of poems, Drew Jackson explores the first eight chapters of Luke’s Gospel. These are declarative poems, faithfully proclaiming the gospel story in all its liberative power. This powerful poetry helps us hear the hum of deliverance—against all hope—that’s been in the gospel all along. More
The following is a poem crafted in response to the police murder of George Floyd and the incident in Central Park involving Christian Cooper. More
A poem reflecting on what Jesus might say to his followers in light of the U.S. government's "zero tolerance" policy for separating immigrant families at the border.
Writer Michael Stalcup reflects on a “both-and” view of several subjects such as abortion, sexuality, and patriotism in this poem titled, “Can I?” More
A poem of lament and confession. More