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Keith Starkenburg

Essay

Where to Find God

I grew up in Rapid City, South Dakota, near the edge of the Black Hills. Just behind my home was a church building that housed a number of different congregations over the years – a white evangelical church, a Native…
Essay

Having the Guts for Memory

By Keith Starkenburg Something happened in my intestines this week. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and The Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama are opening later this month. The memorial and museum are projects of the Equal Justice Initiative…
Essay

A Birthday with the New York Times

By Keith Starkenburg Let me offer a confession. I don’t like growing older. On my birthday, I needed a little encouragement. Time seemed a great burden. So, I caught up on my New York Times reading. I found Nicholas Kristof’s…