The Way of Jesus in the World of Today


Each year the Academy grants fellowships to twelve outstanding young scholars, professionals, and artists to live and study at Osprey Point. The Academy offers a rigorous curriculum of theology and cultural studies in the context of community to challenge Fellows to live their whole lives as an answer to God's call. Each Fellow develops a personal project for the year and is partnered with an experienced mentor.


The vision of the Academy is to cultivate a generation of faithful leaders who are together able to thoughtfully engage the most critical issues faced by our culture. 

Academy Blog

Commencement: Spreading a Feast
Pictured above from left to right: our newest Alumni Juan Alcala, Mary Frances Dunlap, Tucker Stevens, Sally Mindrebo, Susannah Brister,...
Week 34: Reflections by Fellow Susannah Brister
Spring has arrived at Osprey Point. Once again with “the leaping greenly spirits of trees / and a blue true dream of sky” (e. e....
Week 33: Reflections by Fellow Mary Frances Dunlap
As Alyssa mentioned in her last post, our observance of Holy Week concluded at the Easter Vigil hosted by Church of the Advent, Church of...
An Exciting New Staff Addition: Alumna Cat Ricketts
Having only just announced the wonderful news of our first President, we are now very excited to share that alumna Catherine (Prewitt)...
Week 32: Reflections by Fellow Alyssa Abraham
Because He Lives… I Can Face Tomorrow This past Easter week, the song, Redeemer, by Nicole C. Mullen played on repeat in my head and...
Announcing the Academy's first President: Greg Enas
We are very excited to share the wonderful news that Board member Greg Enas, PhD, has been hired to serve as the first President of the...