Chase models for us a fresh, path-breaking, and engaging adventure that is always alert to God’s word.

With surging energy, Chase probes the various ways in which God is still speaking in the rough-and-tumble world of war and hatred, humor, and moments of deep joy, mundane meetings and meaningful mishaps.

Whether writing about race, his 9/11 experiences, interreligious cooperation, a severe concussion, or his sensitivity toward transitions, Chase convinces us again and again of the marvelous miracles that abound in our lives and demand to be acknowledged and appreciated. (You can read their full review here.)

Mary Ann and Frederic Brussat, co-founders and co-directors Spirituality & Practice, have been covering contemporary culture and the spiritual renaissance for nearly five decades.