By Hal Koss
Jan-Feb: Even the Stones Cry Out:
Mar-Apr: Here I Stand:
May-June: Agape, Actually:
July-Aug: Habits of the Kingdom:
Sep-Oct: We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Tent:
Nov-Dec: The Apocalypse is Inside You:
On your burrito?
Steak/Pork: The surprising reason
Veggie: Three sneaky ways
Ideal low-key Saturday?
Netflix: Chance the Rapper’s faith
Read a book: The Russell Moore CNN interview
Go out for coffee: Every millennial thinkpiece
Watch / do athletic activity: the mommy blogger controversy
As long as it involves sweatpants: The Last Jedi’s virtue signaling
Favorite la Croix?
Mango: fills us with wonder amid
Grapefruit / Cran-Ras: speaks prophetically to
Coconut: is a parable for
Orange / Tangerine: shines a light on
Other or None: teaches us about
01-08: the twilight of Christendom
09-17: longing for shalom
18-24: our fractured republic
25-31: our disenchanted imagination
Hal Koss received his BA from Loyola Marymount University and his MDiv from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He and his wife live in Chicago, IL, where he works in marketing.