Jesus Before Pilate: A Lent Liturgy

By Susan Burner on April 6, 2020

The religious leaders of Israel knew the Scripture and knew about God's promise to send a Savior to deliver them. But when He came, they rejected Him because He did not fit the description of the savior they had in mind, and worse, He undermined their authority and made them look like fools upon multiple occasions.

Blake Wisz: Where Passion Meets Purpose

By Audrey Wierenga on April 14, 2020

God's call for our lives is not something to be taken lightly. Most of us are able to discern the direction He would like us to go, but we can't help holding on to our own plans in the meantime.

But then there are people like Blake Wisz (B.A. ’14), who faithfully follow the Lord wherever He leads and live out their faith with deep conviction.

What COVID-19 Is Teaching Me

By Elizabeth Boock on April 16, 2020

I don't think any of us could ever have expected the mass uncertainty and disruption that COVID-19 has caused.

Ever since COVID-19 began affecting all of our lives, I've been determined to make the most of it—to learn, grow closer to the Lord and live with a thankful heart. Let me tell you, that's not always easy, but it's so rewarding.

Ceci Calzada: Learning in the Real World

By Elizabeth Boock on April 21, 2020

Ceci Calzada (B.S. ’20) is one of the most motivated, capable and driven individuals I have ever met. I talked with Ceci about her professional college experiences so far. With a major in business administration and minors in creativity and management, Ceci is equipped for the evolving job market. Her passion for her field and what it's teaching her is obvious. She perfectly exemplifies the crossroads…

The Benefits of Dual Enrollment

By Simone Dekryger on April 28, 2020

Did you know that you can get college credits in high school? I started dual enrollment as a senior in high school, and I can honestly say it was a great decision for me. Because of the hard work I did in high school, I'm on track to graduate a semester early from college. This possibility is open to you too!