Nathan Branson


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To Be A Great Teacher is to Remember What it is Like to Be a Student

Published on 2020-08-01

Why I Love One Harbor Church: Hospitality from Monday to Saturday

Published on 2020-06-30

Why Freshman Composition Teachers Should Encourage Students to Write About Their Anxiety

Published on 2020-06-04

The Excuses That Keep Us From Telling Our Stories

Published on 2020-05-13

How To Be Productive When Working From Home: My "One Task Per Hour" Habit

Published on 2020-04-03

4 Reasons to Visit a L'Abri House: Summer Camp For Burnt-Out Christians

Published on 2020-01-06

Reading "Every Moment Holy": A Step Towards Seeing Monday to Friday as Sacred

Published on 2019-10-30

How Facebook Makes Sense of Fragmented Communities for Transient People

Published on 2019-08-31

What Sparks the Daydreams that Happen in Your Head?

Published on 2019-08-03

Why Keeping Your Audience in Mind Matters

Published on 2019-07-01

Can a 50 Hour Work-Week and a Weekend Hiking Adventure Co-Exist?

Published on 2019-05-23

Two Reasons that Millennials Could Have Weaker Community Than Their Parents and Grandparents

Published on 2019-03-05

What I Learned Working at Branson’s Auto Service

Published on 2018-12-31

How to Lead a College-Level Discussion

Published on 2018-10-19

The Atlantic Monthly Consistently Delivers a Needed Skepticism of Technology

Published on 2018-07-11

Making the Transition from “Road Tripping" to “Vacationing in Denver”

Published on 2018-06-27

Funerals Are the Best and Worst Kind of Reunion

Published on 2018-06-08

What I Want Every One of My Students To Know on their First Day of Class

Published on 2018-05-17

On Revision: The Most Ignored Part of the Writing Process

Published on 2018-01-15

What if Books Were Advertised on TV and Youtube?

Published on 2017-12-26