All architects are trained early in their career that architecture is a social art. We create spaces and places for people to dwell in, to provide shelter, and to engage the imagination. When possible, we have opportunities to get involved in great projects for affluent patrons. When that happens, we have the privilege of realizing in built form…poetry. At the completely opposite end of the spectrum, far from the poetics of space, witness the current work of Katie Guttormson. Katie is working with Engineering Ministries International (eMi) serving as a design intern in India for her year-long M.Arch. internship. Designing a World of Hope for the physically and spiritually poor; this is the eMi vision. Dig through Katie’s blog to see what she is doing to educate herself to the needs of the others. Serving others with design talents developed in professional architecture education at Judson, especially those in need while sharing the truth of the gospel, is a natural outcome of a Christian architecture program. We are proud of Katie as she demonstrates the unique focus that distinguishes architecture graduates of Judson University from all others.