• Vanderbilt: Whatever the outcome, He is still good.

    ShareTweetPinShare0 SharesI didn’t want to forget a single detail of my experience applying and being accepted to Vanderbilt. I made a very personal and vulnerable note of it in my journal, but thought that I would share it because it’s infiltrated with God’s faithfulness and things that have grown me over the past few months.

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  • The bloody reality of writing

    ShareTweetPinShare0 Shares The bloody reality of writing “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” I’ve always admired Ernest Hemingway for his honesty. With such an admirable legacy of a pursuit for life, it’s not surprising that Hemingway wrote what he felt and felt what he lived.

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  • Review: ‘Waco’ miniseries

    ShareTweetPinShare0 Shares Graphic by Shelby Strickland For the past month at the University Press I have been working on a four-part series about the Waco Siege that happened 25 years ago. I took on the story without a clue of what actually happened. I was under the poorly mistaken impression that the event occurred all

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