What Instagram Taught Me About Life

{By Samantha Roose} Scrolling through my Instgram feed recently I was overwhelmed by the picture-book life I live. When I got myself an Instagram account last summer I thought it would just be… Continue reading

Interview with Rising Christian Movie Star Joseph Gray

{By Ellery Sadler} In the world of Christian film, it isn’t often you find an actor who is talented, attractive, and dedicated to his craft, but when I first saw Joseph Gray in… Continue reading

Socality Barbie Is Leaving And I Love Her Even More

{By Ellery Sadler} Have you seen her? Hipster glasses. Long legs. Beautiful lighting. Perfect backgrounds. A couple months ago I ran across the Instagram account @socalitybarbie and thought it was hilarious. When I… Continue reading

Movie Review: Princess Cut

{By Ellery Sadler} A love story always intrigues me. When I interviewed Jenn Gotzon a while back, she mentioned that she was going to be in a film called Princess Cut. When I saw… Continue reading

What Organizing a Flash Mob Taught Me About Christ

{By Samantha Roose} I coordinated and choreographed a flash mob this summer ya’ll! It was hard. It was scary. But most of all, it was awesome. When it was finally over I cried.… Continue reading

Why Christians Need to be Creative

{By Ellery Sadler} I love being creative, when I have time. When my schedule is crammed with school and Young Life and camp counseling and work, however, I don’t have time for it.… Continue reading

3 Things You Should Think About Before You Speak

{By Austin Griesinger} Edward Bulwer-Lytton is believed to have originally penned the phrase, “The pen is Mightier than the sword” in his 1839 play Cardinal Richelieu. In it, a priest discovers a plot… Continue reading

Why Weakness is Really Your Greatest Strength

{By Taylor Turner} Don’t be discouraged today. Yes, you’re aware of your weaknesses and failures, but for each of them there’s forgiving, transforming grace.” And thus began my reading of just a daily… Continue reading

5 Ways for Writers to Stay Creative When You’re Not Writing

{Guest Post by Emily C.} Finding the time to write can be hard. The less I write, the less I feel motivated to write. It’s like I get in a hole of “writing… Continue reading

What The Age of Adaline Means for Millennials

{By Lana Jackson} “For all those years you’ve lived, you’ve never had a life.” What is the measure of a life? Most would answer time, time measures our lives. The times we’ve had… Continue reading