Adele Gallogly

REFLECTIONS & REVIEWS

What I write

My work has appeared in RELEVANT magazine, Duke Divinity’s Faith and Leadership, ThinkChristian, The Well Intervarsity, and various other publications. I am also a blog editor for and contributor to Relief Journal. You can read a selection of my non-fiction pieces below.* I also keep this blog up to date with new writing, so it’s a good way to keep up with me (if you want something more detailed than Twitter).

*An in-case-you’re-wondering-note: I was born with the long, Dutch surname Konyndyk  (fun fact: it means “bunny on a hill”). My World Renew work is still published under this name. My new creative work, however, is published under my married name, Gallogly (an Irish surname, which, according to my husband, means “warrior.” So, combine all that with the meaning of my first name, and I guess you get one noble yet fierce little bunny on a hill).

Select Reviews and Essays 2012-16

Reading and writing

Seasonal reflections

Book reviews and reflections

Justice issues

Arts and entertainment

Spiritual formation

5 thoughts on “What I write

  1. Adele, had you not “followed” my blog, and laurelscrown, had YOU not commented about “Being Erica,” I probably would not have noticed that article. The timing couldn’t be better. Thank you both. May God redeem.

  2. You seem like an AWESOME person! And you are Canadian – another plus 🙂

  3. per ■The good that comes from reading about horrible things: I was reminded of this from Revelation – Rev 6:9 KJV – And when he had opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of them that were slain for the word of God, and for the testimony which they held:
    Rev 6:10 KJV – And they cried with a loud voice, saying, How long, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou not judge and avenge our blood on them that dwell on the earth?
    Remembering gives honor sometimes?

  4. I’ve enjoyed looking around here. Thanks for the follow. I just back from a two week cottage vacation in the Ottawa Valley, love Canada.

  5. I really like what you’ve said about the wind turbines situation. It’s an issue in our area that has already gouged many family and friend relationships. I really appreciate how you struggle – along with the rest of us – over the issue of the practical vs. the picturesque.

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