The Crossings

The Intersection of Faith and Art.



The Story

by Dr. Bryan Isaac   Creator’s might Crafts our delight, His works reveal His nature. The land, the sky, The birds that fly; Our planet’s every creature. Then humans came, Born in His name, God’s plan? With us, relate! But... Continue Reading →


An Ode to My Childhood as a Carnie

by Rebekah Miller See the July night, red-white striped tents,  lights from rides’ mounts. Smell the cotton candy pink and popcorn buttered. Stationary horses whinny as they go round and round. The street’s full of clowns and painted faces and... Continue Reading →

Fallen Cherub

by Susan Miley  A little girl in a Baptist Church might’ve fallen from Heaven. Her fluffy eyelashes and paired wings flutter, as she beams under the glances of the other church-goers. In her white tights, she giggles quietly. Her golden... Continue Reading →

Sweet Girl

by Emily Sefcheck Tell me, sweet girl,                                                                   ... Continue Reading →


by Ashley Baughman When I was a child, I cowered in fear when the night time slipped silently by.         I would fear that the darkness would tear me apart, that the shadows would come alive.     ... Continue Reading →

A Poem About A Girl – Spoken Word

"A Poem About A Girl" performed by Spencer French at the Wham Bam Poetry Slam at Notre Dame.

A Poem Called Dawn

by Nicholas J. Weimer As twilight begins retreating to the west, I stand solemnly in the pasture; like a towering oak. The air, frigid from the late autumn frost Penetrates my fingers; like sunlight through an open window. The starry... Continue Reading →

An Endless Bus Ride – Tyler Callahan

Yellow rubber-coating ‘round The support pole Rattles as we leave the town. En masse we stroll East to where the planes touch down. Not a soul Would break the silence then. In whispers two old women spoke Of things they... Continue Reading →

The Sweetness of Revenge – Megan Spencer

His death would be a sweet release. Just like teenagers deserve to be sent to college. The satisfaction of seeing the pain cross my siblings face as they step on a Lego. Watching someone flail as they fall on slick... Continue Reading →

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