thirty under thirty, post-diploma
Posted on Jan 24, 2015
Posted on Jan 15, 2015
Posted on Oct 11, 2014
Posted on May 28, 2015
Posted by Caroline Higgins on Jul 7, 2015
Posted by Josh deLacy on Jul 6, 2015
Posted by Alissa Anderson on Jul 5, 2015
Posted by Ben Rietema on Jul 4, 2015
Posted by Sabrina Lee on Jul 3, 2015
Jul 7, 2015 by Caroline Higgins
We unpack the McDonald’s breakfast we picked up on the drive from Brooklyn. My roommates used this as an effective bribe to get me out of bed at 5:45 a.m.
Jul 6, 2015 by Josh deLacy
I know that the muscled, emotionally stable mountain climber who woos intelligent women, writes bestselling memoirs, and dispenses wisdom to a crowd of intimate friends won’t ever materialize.
Jul 5, 2015 by Alissa Anderson
Part of the problem for me, I realized, was that I don’t listen for God’s voice verbally. I don’t expect to have a conversation with God in this way.
Jul 4, 2015 by Ben Rietema
It gazed at me, seemingly serene yet still in obvious misery. Was it questioning its life? Was he brought closer to some meaning in its purposeless sheep existence? Do sheep go that deep?
Jul 3, 2015 by Sabrina Lee
Instead of being on intimate terms with the backspace key—my usual writing method—I scribble, fill the margins, and use enough arrows to spin my note pad in every direction.
Jul 2, 2015 by Jacob Schepers
Seeing them encounter the world at large while still protecting them from the worst of it is a balance of restraint on my part as much as it is on theirs.
Jul 1, 2015 by Amy Allen
A brief exploration, choose-your-own-adventure style, as mapped out by an introvert new to a client-focused job. You: “Hi! I’m [insert name]! How’re you doing today?”
Jun 30, 2015 by Grace Ruiter
Crafting a brand that truly resembled you would require telling stories that don’t end happily. It would mean sharing the scenes where you might not be the hero—you might even be the villain.
Jun 29, 2015 by Caitlin Gent
I am guilty of letting my care and attention wander with the public eye. I am easily distracted by sensationalist headlines about the latest political debacle. But as Christians, we must struggle against this attention deficit.
Jun 28, 2015 by Bekah Williamson
The great lie of our lives is that we are the main subject. The great villainy is the idea that we are the heroes. We have a debilitating hero complex.
Website by Josh deLacy | Curated by Abby Zwart & Josh deLacy