Citizens and Saints

Citizens and Saints

Citizens & Saints Preacher Poets I have a confession to make: I avoid Christian music. Without sounding too snobbish, I have become increasingly disappointed by the Christian music scene. I turn on radio and cringe when I hear the latest Christian pop song for...
Turn The Page

Turn The Page

Turn the Page READING THE BIBLE AS A STORY INSTEAD OF AS A CHORE So I have a confession to make; I watched the first season of Stranger Things in under twenty-four hours when it first came out. I was suffering through the worst stomach flu of my life and...
Anthem Alumni: Jessi Bee

Anthem Alumni: Jessi Bee

Anthem Alumni: Jessi Bee Saying Goodbye Saying Goodbye I’ve always hated goodbyes. Whether they are said with grace and eloquence, or snot and tears, they seem wrong. Hellos, relationships deepened, are Eden-esce, reminiscent of God walking with us, and us...
Anthem Alumni: Fran Garbrah

Anthem Alumni: Fran Garbrah

Anthem Alumni: Fran Garbrah What Could Be... India was amazing!! But my journey didn’t just start when we arrived. It started when I turned in my card. I turned in my missions card with my top choices of where I wanted to go. Every time I turn in a missions...
Anthem Alumni: Connor Salter

Anthem Alumni: Connor Salter

Anthem Alumni: Conner Salter Surviving College I thought I knew everything when I left for my first year of college. I’d visited the university campus for three weeks a year before, so I knew the basic layout and where to go for whatever I needed. I’d taken community...