MEET THE AUTHORS Seth Barnes. Fired by two bosses. A misfit in high school. Didn’t fit in America, so began career overseas. Couldn’t fit in a normal job, so started an organization that looks more like the Island of Misfit Toys than anything else. The story of what that looked like here. Kellen Gorbett is a … Continue reading Meet the Authors
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By Heather Mason Heather did an experiment by pretending to be homeless for a day and see how people would treat her differently. Here is what she found: I believe that the homeless are some of the most caring people in America… Yesterday I spent a day as a homeless person. I was scared going … Continue reading Homeless for a Day
By Stephanie Fisk I want to share a dream that I had last night. In my dream, I was at a talent show. Every act was a little different, but they all focused around song and dance. So, earlier in the day, for some reason, I had signed up to perform a ballet routine at … Continue reading Am I Dreaming?
By Sarah Bullers Frustrated, tired, and dirty, I wearily climbed over the boundary ropes, and made my way to the canyon ledge. I sat down and dangled my feet over the cliff, knocking a few small rocks free. I watched as they fell, momentum dragging them, faster and faster, until they blended with the sky, … Continue reading Kicked Loose
By Ashley Musick So we are finished. The first World Race is officially over. We have crossed the actual finish line. We have even said some of our dreaded goodbyes. The last few weeks have been a time of debriefing and fellowship with the family I’ve traveled the entire world alongside. So many tears, so … Continue reading On the Edge
By Jennifer Smith I never talk about my job in fear of losing it for privacy reasons. However, I only have a couple of days left to work. At my job, I do multiple things. One description is being a sitter for suicide or delirious patients. Today, I sat with a woman whom we will … Continue reading Rose Colored Glasses: Loving the unlovely