When I was in college, I had the opportunity to do a study abroad semester at the University of Oxford. I lived in the outskirts of Oxford in an area called Headington.
Every morning I rode my bike down Headington Hill into the city centre of my favorite place on earth and took on lectures, tutorials, collegiate sports, and the C.S. Lewis Society. Every evening, I left the Radcliffe Camera and the basketball courts, walked my bike back up Headington Hill, and talked to Jesus about everything He was doing in my heart and head.
This blog is a space to think. A place to pause and process. An opportunity to write and to remember. This is my Headington Hill. This is why I’m sharing it with you.