Lauren R. E. Larkin is a graduate of Trinity School for Ministry where she earned an MDiv and STM focusing on Systematic Theology and Ethics with a special interest in grace, gender, and justice.
She is married to a wonderful man and stays at home with her two boys and her daughter. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Universität Zürich. She has contributed essays to various publications, including The Gospel According to Pixar and Comfortable Words: Essays in Honor of Paul F.M. Zahl, and also writes at Mockingbird.
Articles By Lauren R.E. Larkin
Thursday November 15, 2018christian life •
The good news comes to you today singing over you, incorporating you into the story, into the greatest love song ever recorded
You Can’t Get There From Here
Thursday October 11, 2018doctrines of grace • scripture •
We live in the paradox of being “alive” but also very dead at the same time.
Easter Hope Every Day
Tuesday August 7, 2018christian life • pain & suffering •
The ascension reminds me: God is with me, God is working in the world, perpetually making things and people new and overhauling the dead.
The Impossible Puzzle (1 Corinthians 1:18-25)
Thursday April 19, 2018bible teaching • doctrines of grace •
In order to complete the puzzle, you must let the puzzle tell you how to put it together.
The Truth Makes Free
Thursday March 15, 2018christian life •
And you have been made free because truth has come and truth cannot be untruthed by our sham existence, by our lies and falsehood no matter how hard we fight against truth in our false and sham existence.
Sick to Sick
Thursday September 7, 2017addiction • pain & suffering • relationships •
A victim is a victim whether the victimization is from without or from within the person.
Love Bears It All
Thursday August 3, 2017christian life •
As Sylar bore the pain in his body for Elle, I bore the pain in my body for my son when we fell.
Shelf Life of Judgment
Tuesday July 11, 2017christian life • relationships •
What do Twinkies and judgment have in common? Nearly nothing; except for their exceptionally long shelf-lives.