Erin White (B.A. ’13): How Art Keeps Me Sane

By Bailey Linton on October 3, 2018

Erin White (B.A. ’13) has carried her passion for art and film since high school. She knew that with her media studies major, focused in film production, her journey would not be an easy one, especially since the conclusion of the film incentive program in Michigan. She had an urge to keep her creative side active and loved to have side projects to work on to keep herself going. This quickly led to…

Wilderness Experiences

By Joe Stowell on October 5, 2018

Is it just me, or does it seem like Americans have become increasingly fascinated with outdoor experiences like mountain climbing, white-water rafting, rappelling and other treacherous activities? At Cornerstone University, I've noticed that outdoor wear has become a fashion statement and some students prefer to do their homework in hammocks strung high in the trees. Camping and hiking are popular…

In Our Image, After Our likeness

By Bailie Rouse on October 8, 2018

This week in chapel, Dr. Turner discussed Perichoretic reciprocity and the difference between Christian reciprocity and human reciprocity. He emphasized that as Christians, we are not called to be just a club of fans, but we are to take a different approach to love one another well. Dr. Turner also expressed the difference between the ontological Trinity, which acknowledges that the Father, Son and…

Marcus Little: Bearing One Another's Burden

By Bailie Rouse on October 10, 2018

This week in chapel, Pastor Marcus Little preached from Galatians 6:1-2, which emphasizes that we are to bear one another's burdens, and, in this way, you will fulfill the law of Christ. Pastor Little reminded us that as believers the way we serve one another is founded and rooted in love, and this is seen through the fruit of the Spirit. He states, "You cannot demonstrate the fruit of the Spirit in…

5 Ways to Pay for Christian College: Advice from CU

By Dave Emerson on October 11, 2018

It's no secret: college comes with a high price tag. But in addition to dropping prices, we are also spreading the word on how many great options exist to make college affordable. What a lot of students (and parents) don't realize is how many different forms of financial aid are available to help people just like you attend incredible schools like Cornerstone University every year.

I Don't Know What I'm Majoring In, and It's Okay

By Bailey Linton on October 12, 2018

When is the last time someone asked you what you wanted to do with your life? If you're anything like me or the several other students here at Cornerstone University, that question probably came roughly five minutes before your reading of this post and will swiftly come in the next five minutes as well. Or, at least that's what it feels like.

Things were always SO MUCH EASIER when we were kids and…

Doug Fagerstrom: Here I Am Lord, Send Me

By Bailie Rouse on October 18, 2018

This week in chapel, Dr. Doug Fagerstrom, emphasized that the Gospel is the sum essence of the person, the work and the words of Christ Jesus. As disciples of Christ Jesus, we are purposed to demonstrate who Christ is. Many individuals in the work place are longing to be known and to be heard. The Scripture Isaiah 6: 8 says, "Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, 'Whom shall I send? And who will…

Walter Gibson: Valuing Others Above Yourself

By Bailie Rouse on October 25, 2018

This week in chapel, Dr. Walter Gibson preached from Philippians 2:1-4, and he highlighted that we are to do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. We are to look to the interests of others over our own desires and interests.

The astronomer Copernicus discovered that the earth is not at the center of the cosmos. Rather, it is the sun that is at the center, and the earth revolves around it…