Somewhere in their midst — across the alley, around the river — two people met and married, forging the lineage that leads to you.
Archive for Category: "Twenty Something"
Matthew Bearth was 17 when he set out on an Alaskan cruise that changed the course of his life and led him to the seminary. Today the 20-year-old college junior loves to recount that northern voyage.
Barbara Benson Keith’s wake-up call came while chatting with a fellow kindergarten teacher at the end of a school day.
My dad and brother just returned from a fly-in fishing adventure in the Canadian wilderness —fly-in, that is, because their outpost camp could only be accessed by floatplane, the sole cabin on a remote lake teeming with walleye.
A road trip provides welcome reprieve from the formidable charge of discovering your place and your purpose
One of the gifts of my 20s has been an appreciation for solitude and the spaces that nurture it
This month we mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, and the luxury liner buried two and a half miles below the Atlantic bobs to the surface once again.
We must protect ourselves against idolatry and coveting what others have.
Writing is not just an intellectual exercise. It can also be a religious one
I’ve been shopping for the perfect Christmas card, sifting through Nativity scenes framed in holly berries and bows.
When Mary Chilton first spotted the New World in November 1620, the 13-year-old had been aboard the Mayflower for 10 weeks, stuck in the same clothes and cramped in dark, damp quarters among seasick passengers and dying goats. Each family was allotted one storage trunk for all their possessions.
Across the country, young married couples have settled on the perfect preparation for parenthood: a puppy.