At Least You’re Not Lonely Alone

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I am never alone, and I don’t mean in the Jesus way. Someone is always touching me or talking to me. I mother two monkeys five and under and have a fifteen year old who is, comparative to her peers, overly physically affectionate, and so they are on me, beside me, or about to be […]

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How to Make Peace, in Five-Year-Old Terms, in the Age of Trump

Rogue Homilies, Uncategorized

At the end of every soccer game last season, my son and the opposing teams of five year olds lined up and held out a hand, palm open. They passed as swiftly and evenly as they could, each player serving as a segment in twin human centipedes, to the friendly sound of cascading high fives, […]

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Call for Submissions

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Rogue Homilies originally started as a blog featuring vignettes about life and love and God–you know, pulpit things I’d say if I were a preacher. I’m not, hence the ‘rogue’ part of it. It turns out, there are many of me among you: would-be Pulpit People with Christ in your life and art in your […]

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At Least You’re Not Lonely Alone


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I am never alone, and I don’t mean in the Jesus way. Someone is always touching me or talking to me. I mother two monkeys five and under and have a fifteen year old who is, comparative to her peers, overly physically affectionate, and so they are on me, beside me, or about to be […]

March 2, 2017

Rogue Homilies – Fall 2016 Issue Is Here!


Rogue Homilies, Theology

    Oh, family. You’ve waited and loved well, and I’m happier than anyone to announce that the first issue of Rogue Homilies is here. Thank you for sharing your stories and your lives in these pages. You’re a generous people. I’ll be blogging the story of how this magazine came to be in the coming week and […]

November 14, 2016

Call for Submissions


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Rogue Homilies originally started as a blog featuring vignettes about life and love and God–you know, pulpit things I’d say if I were a preacher. I’m not, hence the ‘rogue’ part of it. It turns out, there are many of me among you: would-be Pulpit People with Christ in your life and art in your […]

July 6, 2016

“Beams” by Deidre Price // 2016 Poem-a-Day Challenge


Poetry

Beams   My outdoorsy husband’s iPhone charts the stars. He holds it to the sky, and an app plays dot to dot with fire suspended in spaces he’s never been.   He dreams of Nashville evenings, classifies his days as though they are the fine woods he turns into better things.   We want to […]

April 1, 2016