How to Utilize Your Academic Adviser

By Bailey Linton on February 4, 2019

When I was growing up, my parents always stressed the importance of finding myself a mentor.

Their reason for pushing me toward mentors should be obvious—there are wise people out there who have been in the same situations I eventually faced in adolescence. No matter how independent I wanted to be as a child, sometimes I had to admit that I needed help from someone else who knew exactly how to solve…

Can't Wait

By Joe Stowell on February 5, 2019

Hey, for any of you who may have forgotten, it's February—it's the month of Valentine's Day and of love! Hopefully, you still have time to pick up something special for the important people in your life. (And you don't even have to tell them that I reminded you!)

The love of my life, of course, is my wife, Martie. I remember so clearly the summer before our senior year of college when I finally summoned…

Why Seminary Matters: Discerning your calling and the importance of theological education.

By Ashley VanBemmelen on February 1, 2019

Why seminary? It’s a question flooding the hearts and minds of many Christians—all pondering the role of faith in their vocation. Over 75 years ago, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary was founded to prepare future pastors in the church, and we have an enduring commitment to training the leaders of tomorrow. Ours is an institution of education, relationship and rigor—because we believe all three matter…

Andrei Sullivan: Dreaming Down to D.C.

By Kimberly Atwood on February 15, 2019

"If you had told me when I first visited D.C. and when I first started attending Cornerstone University that I'd be working in Congress, I would have laughed."

Sometimes, dreams have to die for them to be realized. That's what legislative fellow Andrei Sullivan (B.S. ’16) learned as he found himself returning to Capitol Hill 10 years after his first visit to Washington, D.C.

The Dream Begins

At…

Logan Bailey: Developing in Community

By Bailey Linton on February 15, 2019

From the moment he set foot in his first dorm, it became Logan Bailey's dream to serve as a resident assistant (RA).

It was during a visit to campus that he first experienced Cornerstone University's ability to build community, and when he found out that there was a position dedicated to cultivating that community through coordinating activities and supporting students in the dorms, he was sold.