PregMANcy: Christian Piatt Talks About His New Memoir for Dads

Christian Piatt didn't want to be a father a second time. But when his wife got pregnant, he decided to write about pregnancy from a man's POV, resulting in the funny and honest memoir PregMANcy: A Dad, a Little Dude, and a Due Date. Here he talks to FS about the ups and downs of being an expecting dad.

Three Talks Now Online: Can God Take a Joke? How Can Mormons Do Justice? And Why Is That Chick in Luke 7 Washing Jesus’ Feet with Her Hair?

The last month has been a whirlwind for me. And at the risk of wanton self-promotion, I'm posting links here to three talks or interviews I've given in the last few weeks — at Ideacity in Toronto, at the Mormon Stories conference in Salt Lake City, and over the interwaves (is that a word?) courtesy of Darkwood Brew's nifty online TV show.

Jennifer Knapp performs on the main stage at the Wild Goose Festival at Shakori Hills in North Carolina June 25, 2011. RNS photo by Courtney Perry

As Cornerstone wraps up, Wild Goose Festival takes off

(RNS) This summer will be the last call for Cornerstone, one of the oldest Christian music and arts festivals in the U.S. Yet as Cornerstone and its heavy metal lineup exit the stage, the young upstart Wild Goose Festival is doubling its size in only its second year. By Greg Horton.