Reflections on Ethics, Writing, Worship, and Woodworking

Welcome! For most of my life I have been teaching and writing at the interface of religious life and public affairs. My work has been based in theological schools in Milwaukee, Atlanta, and Boston, as well as Germany, India, and South Africa.

My writing has included books and articles in Christian social ethics as well as explorations in poetry, historical fiction, memoir, worship, and spirituality. When my hands haven’t been on the keyboard they have been fashioning worship furniture and bowls from the beautiful hardwoods of the southern Appalachians.

On this site you can get to know all of these endeavors as well as subscribe to receive my regular journals on these topics and more.

William Everett wearing blue cap and shirt with white vest

Coming to the Table

What is Pravda?

Eyeless in Gaza

Buried at the Keyboard

In the Dark time…a Light

Baratunde Thurston in Oregon

Ketoctin Grace