For months, I have been looking forward to this weekend. No, I daresay nearly a year. I have studied for tests and answered surveys that …
SaMWay 23: The PainKiller
Continuing his story of depression, the narrator sheds a bit more light on the nature of his internal conflict.
Captain Nova was a dedicated soldier and a fierce leader. For over a decade, he had served his country faithfully in the military, leading his …
SaMWay 22: The Pain
The narrator shares the story of a crippling personal tragedy, as well as the people and things that helped him through it.
SaMWay 21: The Doppelganger
The narrator revisits an old part of his story to introduce a very important freind.
SaMWay 20: I Saw the Night
The narrator continues revealing himself, now turning to the subject of his dreams and their unusual resemblance to the actual future.
SaMWay 19: Paths That Never Cross
The narrator continues revealing himself, turning to the subject of his brother for the first time.
SaMWay 18: Words I Cannot Utter
The narrator lays out his inner mind on the page, hoping that the reader can understand him more clearly than those closest to him.
SaMWay 17: The Sunrise
The narrator begins to suggest a close to his Crossroads series, hinting at a rather inconclusive resolution.
SaMWay 16: The Way Forward
Without many answers for what the future holds, the narrator explores the two possibilities that seem by far the most likely.
SaMWay 15: Hope at a Crossroads
The narrator continues telling of the uncertainty surrounding Bryan College, sharing the sudden hope he had, and how tentative that hope has been in his mind.
SaMWay 14: The Editor and the Carolers
As he waits for events to further unfold, the narrator interrupts his telling of the obstacle he is facing in order to fill in some untold stories and introduce another friend.
SaMWay 13: The Fleece
After a month-long break in his writings, the narrator is suddenly faced with the fact that Bryan College may not be an option for him.
SaMWay 12: A Lie
The narrator resumes the Summer Institute story right where he left off before ending with the answer to his earlier proposed Two Truths and a Lie.
SaMWay 11: Two Truths
The narrator continues the Bryan College experience by opening the long-awaited story of the Summer Institute, while adding a distracting and uniquely unrelated game of Two Truths and a Lie.
SaMWay 10: Not Even Nobody
The narrator opens the story of his experiences at Bryan College by recalling his newly-found sense of belonging introducing one very special friend.
SaMWay 9: Fallen Chains
The narrator returns to the experience of his grandmother’s passing in order to share the rather happy conclusion to its effect on him personally.
SaMWay 8: Find A Friend
The narrator sits down while out of town for his grandmother’s funeral to share the story of what his experience at Bryan College taught him about friendship.
SaMWay 7: The Pain I Wish I Felt
The narrator shares the sudden experience of his grandmother’s death, as well as the difficulty he has expressing his emotions.
SaMWay 6: The Heart of Worship
The narrator recounts one story of his time at the 2022 Summer Institute at Bryan College in order to reveal the way in which it changed his approach to music and worship.
SaMWay 5: What I Do Best
The narrator goes back once again to explore the events that revealed to him his ambitions and talents before turning to further explore his experience at Bryan College.
SaMWay 4: The Wake-Up Call
The narrator begins to explore the circumstances through which Bryan College became the clear and attainable college option.
SaMWay 3: The Good of Evil
The narrator takes a step back to examine how the COVID-19 pandemic was the turning point that set him on the path to Bryan College.
SaMWay 2: The Hill of Miracles
Having introduced the story of his education up to this point, the narrator slows down to enter an in-depth exploration of God’s work in his life, beginning with his discovery of Bryan College.
SaMWay 1: Rising and Falling
The narrator introduces the history of his live through the lense of an adopted child.