This page is a collection of Zach’s writings on a variety of topics, as well as summaries of, commentary on and links to news articles and opinion pieces of interest.

The views expressed on this blog are Zach’s alone, and should not be construed to reflect the views of any organizations or persons with whom Zach is (or has been) connected.

The menu to the left allows you to access posts assigned to a particular topic, while the “reflections” tab above allows you to access all posts, beginning with the most recent.

An explanation of the blog’s title can be found here.

Other of Zach’s articles may be found at EthicsDaily.com

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7 responses to “Home

  1. Hello Zach
    I stumbled onto your article “Waking to mystery” this morning and it really spoke to my heart. I am a pastor in Connecticut and have been thinking these “things” but have not put the words to them but your words really resonated with me.

  2. Hey Zach,

    I awakened this morning to the mystery of your article 🙂 You are a talented writer and as always I will certainly contemplate your words over the next several days.


  3. Hi Zach,
    I read your article on” Waking to Mystery” this morning. I couldn’t help but think that this is so appropriate for you right now. I know you and Peyton are in the boat Wednesday, and will waking to mystery each day for awhile. I hope that the large expression of love you received at the farewell luncheon yesterday will give you confidence in your ability to move people! You have been much loved by most of your parishioners, and you will be sorely missed!
    Calvin Rushing

    • Calvin,

      Thanks for taking the time to read through the essay. It is fitting and appropriate right now, for sure. We appreciate your’s and Jane’s encouragement and support of us throughout our time at FBCMG, and appreciate your kind words here. We will miss you, as well, and will keep you both in our prayers as you face what lies ahead.

      Thanks again!


  4. In response to your Daily Ethic article today on the size of the government, our country has become the merchants of death in the world. We sell more guns and bombs than anyother country in the world. So much for being a “Christian Nation”.

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