“Blessed are they who have not seen”: A Personal Meditation on Faith

MARCH / APRIL 2017: BY JESSICA PRESCOTT Faith. It’s a tricky thing, is it not? Simply put, faith is the act of believing in that which we cannot see.  If we could see God in all his glory, right before our mortal eyes—faith would instantly become a superfluous virtue.  A moot point.  After all, when... Continue Reading →


Bethany Hamilton: Woman of Faith

MARCH / APRIL 2017: BY JESSICA SANTULLI On October 31, 2003, a horrific event happened off the coast of Kauai, Hawaii. No, it wasn’t a Halloween prank gone wrong; the occurrence had nothing to do with the ghost- and goblin-filled holiday. Thirteen-year-old Bethany Hamilton, an up-and-coming professional surfer, was waiting for the next wave with... Continue Reading →

Compassion International

MAY / JUNE 2014: BY CARISSA HORTON Imagine the poorest family you know. Maybe it’s a relative down on his luck, barely scraping by with his wife and two kids. Maybe it’s the lady who lives down the street, at risk of foreclosure who has to buy those generic Barbie dolls for her little girl’s... Continue Reading →

A Day at the Sanctuary

MAY / JUNE 2011: BY CHARITY BISHOP It stuck its head outside the cage and sniffed at the strange green turf, then put one foot in front of the other and stepped out. This might seem like a strange sight on the high plans of Colorado but is a regular happening at the Wild Animal... Continue Reading →

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