Thrift Shop Theology: Seven Reasons Macklemore Was Right

We've all heard the song. Macklemore made second-hand shopping hip and managed to brand brandlessness. But I've always liked thrift shops. I like the eclectic frugality that they offer. In fact, for five years I worked at a nonprofit thrift store called Samaritan Shop, which donates its profits to feed the homeless and hungry across Northwest Arkansas. Of... Continue Reading →

Five Songs That Pull Worship from My Soul

I didn't always love music. In fact, until college, I didn't really have a "favorite band" or a "favorite genre" of music. I mean, I liked music, but I wouldn't say that I loved it. Of course, I enjoyed music, but it didn't really mean anything to me. I listened to stuff on the radio and that... Continue Reading →

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