The Curse of Gnosticism and the Cure of Play: Why Leisure is Essential for Spiritual Health
Jasmin Biggs on the Imago Dei & Its Implications for Play

Leisurely Rambles: Hiking & Birding as Sacred Play
Annie Nardone on Hiking and Birding

Vortex (Short Story)
Molly Hopkins on Workaholism

Taylor Swift, T.S. Eliot, and C.S. Lewis: Eras for the Ages
Seth Myers on Taylor Swift’s Timeless Themes

The Arrow That is Not Aimed: Flow in the Art of Archery and Writing
Megan Joy Rials on Archery and Writing

Leisure the Basis of Education: Applying the Sabbath Principle to the Classroom
Alex Markos on Sabbath and Education

Fly Fishing and the Fall
Jim Swayze on Fly Fishing

Obeying the Rules of the Game
Zak Schmoll on Power Soccer

Sea Reflections
Tiffany Kavedzic on God’s Character

Pursuing the Tempest: Why We Chase
Zachary Biggs on Storm Chasing and Landscape Photography

How My Horse Taught Me to Be a Parent
Annie Crawford on Horsemanship and Parenting

In The Image of a Playful God: Flourishing Through Playfulness And Connection
Anna Beresford on Play & Connection

Bones Will Sing: Dance in Spiritual Formation
Rachel Johnson on Incarnational Embodiment

Craft and Glory
Molly Hopkins on Hobbies and Craftsmanship

Forgiveness in the Foam: A Poem
Dwayne Sheridan on Cosplay and Redemption

Take Me Out To The Ballgame: How Baseball Can Restore Our Senses And Our Souls
Sandra G. Hicks on Baseball

Counterpunching Trials With Joy: Boxing As A Unique Parallel To Christian Sanctification
Matthew Hill on Boxing

Kings Over Bishops: The Play of Chess in Late Medieval and Early Modern England as a Representation of the Relationship Between the Sacred and the Secular
James L. Underwood on Chess and History

Bombs, Board Games, and Bede the Venerable: But Mostly Chess
Seth Myers on Board Games and Chess