These eleven people never knew me, but shaped me in irreversible ways (see if you can name any of them).
The illustrated guide to a Ph.D… was originally created by Matt Might and can be found here. Imagine a circle that contains all of human knowledge: By the time you […]
A short video of several highshcool journalists walking out of a lecture by Dan Savage is going viral and it’s eliciting intense responses; I believe Savage’s main point is correct, […]
I only wanted one thing in first grade. Our teacher would play a memory game with the class where she walked around the room, touching several objects; desk, chair, light […]
Sixth grade was bulky desks, black tops, and best friends, cool teachers, commanding yard duties, and cheeky principals. Sixth grade was the year we figured out homework actually sucked and […]
DISCLAIMER: I don’t want to discount everything that I learned, nor the people that I met at my Alma mater. In my experience, individuals generally had their heads screwed on […]
All the great reasons for getting involved in youth ministry (you know– students drawing near to God, talking about Jesus, playing games involving fish) aren’t the only things that we […]
One month before college graduation I realized that my theological training had been futile. I confided in one of my professors, telling him that I didn’t see what there was […]