Madelyn Curtis

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Why Have a Hobby

By Madelyn Curtis / April 12, 2021 / 0 Comments

As I get older it seems I have less and less time to do anything. Crazy right? I am unmarried, no kids, and it still feels as though my time is becoming more and more precious. I can’t imagine having to devote some of it to a husband or child. Yet, I feel it is […]

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Four Creators I Draw Inspiration From as a Graphic Designer

By Madelyn Curtis / February 16, 2021 / 0 Comments

Have you ever heard of writer’s block? I’m convinced that visual artists experience the same thing. Let’s call it creator’s block. I can’t count how many times I’ve stared at a blank canvas and felt anxious as to where to begin. Luckily there are millions of places to draw inspiration from. Here are some of […]

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Work Joyfully for The Lord

Work Joyfully for The Lord

By Madelyn Curtis / December 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

Created for Joy I have always found the idea of doing the same thing every day for the rest of my life absolutely horrifying. I’d say most young adults share the same fear. I couldn’t imagine myself waking up to go sit at a sad grey desk surrounded by sad grey walls in a sad grey […]

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Handling Creative Criticism

Handling Creative Criticism

By Madelyn Curtis / October 26, 2020 / 0 Comments

As a shy freshman, I shrunk back at the thought of having to critique my own work, especially having to critique my fellow classmates. Imagine my dismay when I learned that more than half my time spent in the design program at LSU would be “critique days.” I’m displaying hours upon hours of hard work […]

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Reconciling Our Relationships

Reconciling Our Relationships: The Biblical Way to Handle Conflict

By Madelyn Curtis / August 24, 2020 / 2 Comments

To reconcile can be defined in many ways. It means to settle or bring into harmony, to “make good again”, and it even means to repair. Because of the sin that entered the world long ago our relationship with God and our relationships with people are not perfect. As Christians, we seek to live peaceably […]

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