Katie Ziegler

Katie works as a writer on InterVarsity's Communications Team. Before that, she was a production associate for twentyonehundred. An English major with a masters in Communication Management, she gets to do what she loves most: tell stories. In fact, she loves to engage in stories outside of work as well; you will often find her enjoying a good movie (especially Pixar) or with her nose (quite literally) in a book, and she has even started writing a few stories of her own.

 
By Katie Ziegler

Have you ever put money in a vending machine and then had the bag of chips get stuck? It’s an infuriating experience, and hardly matters that I’ve only lost about 50 cents.

By Katie Ziegler

Advent is a season of anticipation. Anticipation for a Savior to bring light into a dark world. But it has a melancholy tenor to it. It’s the time before the joyous celebration of Jesus’ birth that we remember at Christmas. A time of uncertainty.

By Katie Ziegler

My longest adult relationship before marriage lasted about a year. But it limped along for six months too long.

By Katie Ziegler

Our first president, George Washington, was born on February 22. Abraham Lincoln, another iconic president, was also born mid-February.

By Katie Ziegler

My younger brother wanted to be an engineer. He knew it long before he entered college, and had a plan in place.