Nathan Mills on Curiosity

in Curiosity, Living Hope, Stories of Hope

I have always been deeply curious. Even as a young child, I would eagerly explore my world with the intention of figuring out how... read more

How I’m Choosing Hope in the Midst of Struggle—And How You Can Too

Dear Friend, I see you struggling, as I am, to make sense of the hopeless narrative that continues to proliferate, particularly in light of... read more

Seasons of Transition: Pruning in the Garden of College

By Guest Writer Catherine Carter To the high school graduate entering the vast, diverse garden of college: Welcome! Most of us are just following... read more

Another Crossroads, Same Optimism

By Guest Writer Travis Haney   Monday was my final day with 247Sports/CBS Sports as a national college football reporter. I’m again a free... read more

Seasons of Transition: Q and A with Tyler Smith

This week we are interviewing Tyler Smith who recently completed his master’s coursework in Chemistry at New York University. Like many soon-to-be graduates, Tyler... read more

Notes of Encouragement: Curiosity

in Curiosity, Notes of Encouragement

Dear friend, I am writing you this note of encouragement as I hear you asking this question, “How could this happen to me?” I... read more

Practice Curiosity

in Choose Hope Today, Curiosity

Curiosity is the impetus that drives invention and personal discovery. It is the very source of revelation. To understand the world and ourselves is... read more