I live in Richardson, TX with my wife Vivien—a talented artist and the one who initiates most of our adventures— and our three kids. I am a Priest serving at Church of the Incarnation, though most of my time throughout the week is spent serving as the Dallas Campus Headmaster and Theology Department Chair at Coram Deo Academy, a school in the Classical Christian tradition.
My most regular essay writing can be found on the Covenant blog, where I am a contributor, and on Rhythms of Habit, a newsletter about approaching the Church Calendar as an apprenticeship in Holiness.
This particular blog serves as a Wunderkammer of sorts: a place to write brief thoughts and updates, but also as a storehouse for my own notes while I work on a number of writing projects. (Which, at the moment, include one on the Church Calendar and another on Sacraments in a virtual age.)
I send a very occasional personal newsletter, too. Think of it as slower, but still social, media. Click here to read a sample or subscribe.
My book, From Law to Logos: Reading St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians is available most places where books are sold.