How Not to Lead A Discussion on Race

How Not to Lead A Discussion on Race

The 2018 Festival of Faith and Writing happened in Grand Rapids, MI, last week. I had the privilege of organizing a panel titled The Risk of Writing on Race—And Our Moral Obligation to Continue. I hoped that a handful of white folks would show up and that the four of...

How Not to Lead a Panel on Race Issues

How Not to Lead a Panel on Race Issues

The 2018 Festival of Faith and Writing happened in Grand Rapids, MI, last week. I had the privilege of organizing a panel titled The Risk of Writing on Race—And Our Moral Obligation to Continue. I hoped that a handful of white folks would show up and that the four of...

Can We Disagree Like Christians?

Can We Disagree Like Christians?

Is it biblical for Christians to agree to disagree? That depends. When writing to the Corinthian Church regarding issues that were divisive, the Apostle Paul discouraged fellow believers from criticizing or condemning each other and instead, encouraged them to “live...

A Voice Becoming, by Beth Bruno

A Voice Becoming, by Beth Bruno

When my friend and fellow Redbud Writers Guild member Beth Bruno asked if I would be interested in being part of the launch team for her new book, A Voice Becoming: A Yearlong Mother-Daughter Journey into Passionate, Purposed Living, I initially said no simply because...

Greco’s Year in Review 2017

Greco’s Year in Review 2017

I'm a paid professional but there's no way I could accurately summarize the insanity that has been 2017. Perhaps the words that best describe the year would be stretching, exhausting, exciting, fruitful, and productive. I think it's best for me to rely upon images to...

Best Reads of 2017

Best Reads of 2017

My Goodreads' goal for 2017 was 33 books and as of last night, I exceeded that goal by two. Of those 35 books, the following 13 stand out. If you want to read about the other 23, just head over to my Goodreads page. The final two books were not published in 2017 but...