The October entries are in! Check back here soon for an announcement of the winner!
Congratulations to Madison Sanders, whose post “Bridging the Gap” has won September’s Project 15 blog contest! We also thank Seth Edmonds and Seth Porch, who submitted the posts “Wandering 4.21.2011” and “Norton Antivirus” this month. Check back here for more entries, and if you’re an Emmanuel student, enter October’s contest by emailing a link to your post to firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of October.
Here they are, folks, and there are a BUNCH of ’em. In order of authors’ names (because April is the most conventional month):
Check Emmanuel College’s announcements email for this month’s winners and back here at the end of the semester for a year-end recap!
Just to mix things up, I’m going to post this month’s entries in the order I received ’em. Here they are, folks!
“Cinderella Is Not the Only One who Can Have a Happily Ever After” by Michael Terry
“Something in the Way” by Michael Callicutt
“Present the Past Presence” by Seth Edmonds
“Fearfully and Wonderfully Made” by Jessica Preskitt
“Both Lord and Christ” by Heath Debalski.
“You’re Covered” by Madison Sanders
“Back to the Blog” by Rebekah Clark
I’m late again posting these, but here they are! Enjoy reading them!
“Serving (Wretched People Revisited)” by Jensen Brock
“Divine Appointment at Cracker Barrel” by Heath Debalski
“Not Global Warming, a Global Warning” by Kaitlyn Moncrief
“Sons of Rechab” by Seth Porch
“Forever Marked” by Madison Sanders
“Zero Drummers Drumming” by Molly Smith
Here are November’s entries. Check back here over Christmas break to find out the winner!
“The Shape of a Ring” by Megan Starbuck
“Love Is Sacrificial” by Heath Debalski
“Change” by Rebekah Clark
“Time, Cycles, and Life” by Michael Callicutt
September: “Seeking Solace” by Madison Sanders
October: “The Battle for Souls in an F-150 and La Modelo Prison” by Heath Debalski
Both of these entries demonstrate the spiritual potential that narrative writing holds. Congratulations to both, and best wishes as you defend your titles!