Once upon a time there was a mighty, but loving, King who had a son who meant the world to him, the Prince. The King loved his son and his son loved him.
But the Prince, like most little boys, loved to have fun. If he could have it his way, he would run outside as soon as he woke up and not return until the sun went down.
But his father knew what was best for his son, so there were some rules to keep him safe. One of them was that the Prince could play, but not all day, so that there would be time to spend together.
The Prince loved his father, but wished he could play and have fun whenever he wanted. He wished there were no rules. That he could do whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted.
Congratulations to our 2014 Doxa Award winners!
Fiction: Sarah Coons (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Poetry: Alex Keener (Nebraska Christian College)
Essay: Jenny Larsson (Ozark Christian College)
Art: Mackenzie Krout (College Level Examination Program)