Haley Stewart is a beekeeper’s wife, mother of four, speaker and author of The Grace of Enough: Pursuing Less and Living More in a Throwaway Culture. She blogs at Carrots for Michaelmas and co-hosts the Fountains of Carrots Podcast. 

Faith Faith in Focus
Haley StewartMay 11, 2019
Mother’s Day is already difficult for women who long to be moms or have lost children in miscarriage, stillbirth or the death of a child after birth. And these women do not make up a small percentage of the women in the pews.
Faith Last Take
Haley StewartFebruary 04, 2019
Are we tired of working in a system of mere productivity and efficiency that fails to acknowledge our humanity and that of others?
Arts & Culture Film
Haley StewartOctober 02, 2018
While readers have found these characters relatable and inspiring since Little Women’s publication, the modern March family vacillates between forgettable and unlikeable.
Arts & Culture Dispatches
Haley StewartJuly 12, 2018
There are many things about Laura Ingalls Wilder that make her a personal hero of mine; but that does not mean I can ignore the racism in her books.
Arts & Culture Television
Haley StewartMay 11, 2018
The journey of growing in virtue need be neither boring nor sentimental, but ever fresh and unexpected.
Politics & Society
Haley StewartJanuary 19, 2018
The primary problem is not with Mr. Trump’s past sins, it is that the policies he currently supports are inconsistent with his claim in his address today that “every life is sacred.”
Arts & Culture Television
Haley StewartDecember 08, 2017
The final episode of Season 1 left Queen Elizabeth very much alone and feeling the weight of her crown. What can we expect from Season 2?
Arts & Culture Film
Haley StewartOctober 24, 2017
“Breathe” reminds us of the Christian truth that we are not our own. 
Arts & Culture Film
Haley StewartOctober 19, 2017
“Goodbye, Christopher Robin” is a dramatic look at the life of the British writer A. A. Milne and his strained relationship with his son.
Amybeth McNulty as Anne Shirley in "Anne With an E" (photo: Netflix)
Arts & Culture Television
Haley StewartMay 16, 2017
The new adaptation of "Anne of Green Gables" falls prey to the war on whimsy, the tired modern tactic of reworking the classics in order to make them “realistic.”