By Mark Congrove on November 3, 2017
To stay physically healthy, it's important to eat right and stay active. To keep your mind disciplined, turn to Scripture.
By Allison Todd on November 6, 2017
Freshman year at college is an adventure. You are in a new city, you have new friends and you begin to feel your first sense of independence. While it's great to finally experience freedom, being responsible with your time and resources is vitally important as you begin to feel the pressures of your course load, especially for an engineering student.
By Ellie Walburg on November 9, 2017
The assignment due date is approaching and you still have to finish that paper. Here are some easy ways to build up your motivation to write.
By Benjamin VanDyke on November 13, 2017
Creation care is important because it protects that connection between us and our Creator. Creation reminds us of Who we serve and belong to. Creation care is important because it is God who both designed and made it to glorify Himself, for our enjoyment and for our stewardship. It is in this stewardship role that we find ourselves the most satisfied, and by no accident, in touch with our Creator.
By Bailie Rouse on November 10, 2017
This week in Chapel, Dr. Joy Bonnema spoke on how producing fruit occurs when an individual remains in Christ, and this remaining happens through love. Often as Christians, we often forget the importance of remaining or abiding in Christ. If we abide in Him, then God will call us into a deeper understanding and a more personal experience of His love. Dr. Bonnema’s main texts include John 15:1-17 and…
By Graham McKeague on November 15, 2017
The opening session of the 2017 Talking Points event effectively laid out the major aspects of discussion. Dr. Sprinkle presented a number of important considerations for pastors, ministry leaders and others to pursue in ministry where "the greatest apologetic for the truth is love."
By Bailie Rouse on November 17, 2017
This week in chapel, Roy Yanke taught on hospitality as a micro-justice, and one of the most overlooked forms of justice. Key scriptures Roy used include Romans 12:12-14, 3 John 1, Matthew 25 and Galatians 6:10. As followers of Jesus we are called to extend hospitality filled with kindness and love for strangers. Roy emphasized that we are called to invite and to listen; our invitations should welcome…