dispatches to and from

nathan f. elmore

Faith, culture, things in between.

In Seattle, Washington, with wife, son, beard. Circa 2002.




Stories & Essays
Director of Hospitality & Catering

Where I work, Jesus would most likely get fired.

Hands Spread

The space between Michael Brown and Darren Wilson. A short, spiritual, Christian reflection.

Violence in the Time of Love

From Chapel Hill to ISIS. An essay to provoke two sets of friends: American evangelicals and mainstream Muslims.


Journal | Blog
We Pretend We Know Nothing

Amos Oz and the compassion wall.

Pity is Pity.

Amos Oz, on the moral worth of Jewish children and Arab children.

In Order to Arrive

T.S. Eliot, on getting to where you need to arrive.