Running against the Moving Walkway of Racism

by Heather Bock In a spare moment on Saturday, I glanced at Twitter and found my feed awash with references to Charlottesville, alt-right, and white supremacy. This was my introduction to the story coming out of Virginia, a story of people gathered to share how much better they were than anyone not like them, people … Continue reading Running against the Moving Walkway of Racism

Tandem Living by Krishana Kraft Book Review

by Heather Bock When I was in college in Seattle, I went on a blind double date with a friend of mine. The boys were the adventurous type and decided it would be fun to rent tandem bikes and go on a long ride down the Burke-Gilman Trail. They probably thought I'd be up for … Continue reading Tandem Living by Krishana Kraft Book Review

My Love Story with the Bible

by Heather Bock I’ve been reading the Bible my whole life. My parents read it to me before I could read, and I read it myself as soon as I could form the words alone. I remember waking scared of the dark when I was little, crawling down from my bed, flipping on the lights, … Continue reading My Love Story with the Bible