stephanie kornexl

StephanieKornexl

 


messy as hell:
toward becoming a saint


real life and real ministry are messy—really messy. stephanie’s experiences as a minister attest to it. on her blog, she explores the boundaries of the personal and public, the whole and the broken, the clean and the contrite. looking through the teaching of some of faith’s greatest practitioners and wisdom teachers, stephanie writes toward what it means to be redeemed.

stephanie kornexl lives in louisville, ky. in addition to working with ANTLER, she works in ministry and studies theology at st. meinrad.

 

read more of stephanie’s work from ANTLER here.



resources for faithful practitioners of creativity and creative practitioners of faith...

interview: aaron belz

{an interview with poet and essayist aaron belz, who recently released his third collection of poetry, GLITTER BOMB}

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a worker’s prayer: van gogh on sight

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interview: shane mccrae

{an interview with poet shane mccrae, whose newest collection, FORGIVENESS FORGIVENESS, will be published by factory hollow press next month. pre-order it here}

when you picture...