Rendering from Fellow Skyler Fike's ('13) Fellowship thesis considering the social responsibility of the architect.
Alum Wendell Kimbrough (2007) recently released his second EP "Things That Can't Be Taught"
Alum Jonathan O'Connor (2005) in a Burundi clinic with the company he helped found, LifeNet International
Alum Brooks Lumpkin (2004) presents "The Power and Limits of the American Dream" at the 2011 Templeton Alumni Symposium
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.
Week 26: Creative Confidence
Current Fellow Michael Searway reflects on Week 26: "Creative Confidence" "This past week was an exciting change of pace for the class of...
Week 25: The Zero Draft
Current Fellow Nicole Wilson reflects on Week 25: "The Zero Draft" “Perfectionism means that you try desperately not to leave so much mess...
Week 21: A Week of Love
Current Fellow Chelsea Horvath reflects on Week 21: "It was a week of love. The love between Sam Shakusky and Suzy Bishop was an adolescent...