29 08

How We Make World Travel a Family Value

By Katherine Scott Jones Last summer my husband and I toured Southeast Asia for the first time: 10 flights and five countries in 21 days. Along the way we sat at table with Muslims breaking Ramadan fast; squirmed through Vietnam’s claustrophobia-inducing Cu Chi tunnels; and were guided around Angkor Wat’s temples by a survivor of […]

24 04

Made in God’s Image: Becoming Creative Creatures

By Katherine Scott Jones Its first stirrings drew me awake this morning, my subconscious forming the germ of an idea that would become what you’re reading now. Pushed into the conscious realm, words sprang ex nihilo into existence—nothing made into something. How does it happen? No one really knows, although we have a word for […]