Apr 17, 2013

#THClive with Ed Gilbreath

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech and also his "Letter from Birmingham Jail," written in Alabama when King was jailed in 1963 for nonviolent protest. While many can quote the former, the latter is less known—but no less important. In...Read more +
Jan 11, 2013

A Walk Across the Sun: Interview with Novelist Corban Addison

Today, January 11, 2013, is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Help us raise awareness by sharing this post on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. In December, we were introduced to Corban Addison and his captivating novel about two girls stolen into the world of human trafficking. It only took a minute to...Read more +
Oct 3, 2012

Eating Disorder: I Felt Very, Very Old

Someone tweeted a link, and, liking the title, I clicked. I found a fine writer and a gifted artist at Imperfect Prose . I found a wife and mother. And over time, I found a young woman who was brutally honest about her eating disorder. She didn’t dwell on it...Read more +
Mar 16, 2012

Eucharisteo: A Conversation with Ann Voskamp – Part 2

Last week, we talked with author Ann Voskamp about her book, One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are . In Part 2 of the interview, we talk to Ann about writing in general, the farm where she lives with her family, her journey to publication,...Read more +
Mar 9, 2012

Eucharisteo: A Conversation with Ann Voskamp – Part 1

My first conversation with Ann Voskamp was at Laity Lodge near Kerrville, Texas. Writers and editors for The High Calling were having a late night get-together. Looking for something to drink, I walked into the kitchen and smack-dab into a spirited conversation about national health care. Ann turned to me...Read more +
Feb 28, 2012

Q Live Stream Event: Featuring Eugene Peterson with Gabe Lyons

Friends from Q Ideas are hosting a live stream event with Eugene Peterson tomorrow, Wednesday, February 29, from 10:45-11:45 a.m. EST. Peterson is a long-time friend of The High Calling, having written the Daily Reflections for seven years prior to Mark Roberts. And Peterson did extensive work on his Bible...Read more +
Dec 16, 2011

A Man of Many Good Words: Interview with Glynn Young

An award-winning speechwriter and contributing editor at The High Calling, Glynn Young is a virtual writing machine. Not only does he make his living by using words; he leaves his writer’s footprint across the Internet. In addition to posting daily at Faith, Fiction, Friends , Glynn reviews poetry for TweetSpeakPoetry...Read more +
May 8, 2011

Video Interview with Guy Kawasaki

A couple of weeks ago, I talked to Guy Kawasaki about his latest book, Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds and Actions . Guy is a former Chief Evangelist for Apple, the founder of Alltop and a co-founder of Garage Technology Ventures. Check out the video interview, and get...Read more +
Mar 17, 2011

Provider of the Morning Fix: Q&A with Barista Paul Johnson

For eight years Paul Johnson has been the provider of the morning fix. But he also offers a familiar smile and warm conversation with the coffee he serves as a barista in St. Paul, Minnesota. Paul is a 30-year-old father of two (with a third on the way) and also...Read more +
Feb 1, 2011

Business as Mission to End Poverty: An Interview with the President of Reynolds

Bob Larson is the President of Reynolds Food Packaging, an industry leader in the production and sale of a full range of stock and custom products for the foodservice, supermarket, food processor and agricultural markets. He was also recently elected to the Board of Directors for Five Talents International ,...Read more +