The Crossings

The Intersection of Faith and Art.


October 2019

Summer After Starlight

By Elizabeth G. Coogan I contemplate the stars againthe points confusing meeach barbed with a tough edgea painful realitySo I turned to the planetsbut they just went round and roundso I looked down to earthwhere I stood on shifting groundSo... Continue Reading →

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A Review of Three Sisters

By Myka Ellenwood Three Sisters, written by Anton Chekhov, was performed by the Bethel University Theatre Department on Friday, September 27th, and Saturday, September 28th. It was directed by guest director, Clarence A. Gilyard Jr., and held in the Brian... Continue Reading →


By Myka Ellenwood Touch is intimateTouch is powerfulIt is a driving forceIt intrigues and pulls you inIt creates a bondIt lingers on the skin,long after the contact is goneWhen the hand lifts, coolness takes its placeThe memory of touch lasts,even... Continue Reading →

Why I am the Way I am

By Destiny Dodd Have you ever felt like everything was just in your head? Have you felt so invisible even when people are looking straight at you? Have you ever felt so alone even when you are in a crowded... Continue Reading →

My Cancerized Future

By Sumer Schindler Its funny how one views their life. Always pushing things off “until later,” after all, I’ve got all the time in the world. There’s this beautiful, mesmerizing thing we call the future. Its where all our hopes... Continue Reading →

Discount Massacre

By Sarah Lohroff Egregious greeds grieve over their loss of victory They come home empty-handed with no offering The children of their tribe wail in the night Failed provisions are out of sight Remember the sufferers who mourn, Set aside... Continue Reading →

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