Beauty in the Known

The first half of my childhood was spent nestled in the Cascade mountain range of Washington state right next to the little tourist town of Leavenworth– a Bavarian-styled village that Continue Reading →

Halle Judea /October 15, 2017


Straying from the Safe

“Are you not thirsty?” said the Lion. “I am dying of thirst,” said Jill. “Then drink,” said the Lion. “May I — could I — would you mind going away Continue Reading →

Halle Judea /October 8, 2017


The Revenge of the Antifa

Berkeley goes Berserk Dusk was just setting in at the University of California-Berkeley when a group of thugs “dressed ‘like ninjas’” poured into the University’s Sprout Plaza, carrying Molotov cocktails, Continue Reading →

Christopher Kuo /October 8, 2017


The Power of Position

Tap. Tap. Tap. The ring of Martin Luther’s hammer echoed through the quiet streets of Wittenberg, Germany under cover of the late autumn predawn darkness. On the 31st of this Continue Reading →

Raelen Jade /October 1, 2017


World Maritime Day

Seven years ago (give or take a few weeks), a little middle schooler named Halle turned on her family’s desktop computer and logged into her brand-new Moodle account to figure Continue Reading →

Halle Judea /September 22, 2017

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Makenzie Davis /October 2, 2017

I watched her as she struck the last match in her box. It glistened a moment, then flared up gently. She lowered the match softly and the wick caught the Continue Reading →

Theology & Worldview


Open Mic

The Starry-Eyed

Makenzie Davis /September 8, 2017

The starry-eyed who wander in the night, The ones who, with their hands weave tales and dreams, Perhaps not only do they watch moonlight