The Mystery of Moving Forward

By Danielle Marie Clark In 2013, I dropped out of college to join Missionyear, a year long service program. I’d been ambling through my college experience, desperate for something that rooted me to a purposed vocation. At the time, I was one of those students with an ever changing major. It seemed every semester I stepped further and further away from what I thought I … Continue reading The Mystery of Moving Forward

Called to Being

By Hailey Joy Scandrette From ages 6 to 18,  I held tightly and steadily to two central passions: writing and acting. When I think of my childhood and teen years, I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t writing or performing in some way. I took poetry classes, improv classes, dance classes, journalism classes, and performed in children’s shows at local theaters. In middle school … Continue reading Called to Being

Letter from the Editors, August 2016

Dear Readers, This month Danielle Marie Clark and our editor, Hailey, have shared some of their experiences with calling and purpose. We hope you’ll find their reflections encouraging and thought-provoking. The idea of answering your calling or finding your purpose can be daunting, it can be easy to feel like we’re alone in feeling lost, or confused, or unable to see where our path will … Continue reading Letter from the Editors, August 2016

August Prompt

Calling and Purpose Submission deadline: Friday, August 26th, 2016 This month we’ll be discussing ‘calling’, that illusive, divine pull towards a vocation or way of living that many of us feel or hope to feel, especially in seasons of transition and discernment. In the following paragraph our editor, Brent, shares some of his thoughts and feelings about ‘calling’: I have seen people follow what they found … Continue reading August Prompt