Author: Craig Ketchum


An interview with Bruce Cockburn

Discussing his spiritual memoir, Rumours of Glory At four p.m., Canadian singer-songwriter legend Bruce Cockburn strides into the hotel lobby in his signature black Doc Martens and shakes my hand warmly. At age 70, he is slighter than he appears in his old music videos. He’s here to talk with me […]


You & Her: lingerie with a purpose

WeMakeStuff Volume 02 features artists like Christina Norman, who challenges us to see the world differently Christina Norman’s lingerie company You & Her has encountered its fair share of resistance. But people have been quick to catch the vision – even those Norman would have never expected. While she was online […]

Featured, Life

The only way he knew how

I am the product of two headstrong, vibrant, daring lives coming together. In the early ’80s, a young Canadian pilot and a young British teacher moved to Ethiopia. He went to fly famine relief, she to teach at a missionary school. They met there, dated, survived a long distance stint, and […]

Looking beyond feminism
Faith, Theology

Looking beyond feminism

Looking beyond feminism: What Christianity and feminism have in common A grade 12 student of mine amazed me recently in her critique of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech. “It was visionary for his time”, she quipped, “but we can’t stop there. We need to have an […]