Who We’re Listening to: Julien Baker

by Kirsten Kosik    It is hard to come by twenty-year-olds as profoundly human as Memphis, Tennessee native Julien Baker (twitter: @julienrbaker). A soon-to-be sophomore at Middle Tennessee State University, she has already produced her full-length album Sprained Ankle, which poises questions of redemption, suffering, faith, and existence with unparalleled honesty. Baker’s album is inescapably human. … More Who We’re Listening to: Julien Baker

Space vs. Place [and why it’s important to know the difference]

by Kirsten Kosik Today we’re thrilled to have a guest post by one of our favorite twentysomethings, Kirsten Kosik. Kirsten hails from the Detroit area, is a student at Taylor University, and was a student in one of our vocation classes. “Place is security, space is freedom: we are attached to the one and long … More Space vs. Place [and why it’s important to know the difference]