Dr. Max Botner: Quick to Listen, Slow to Speak and Slow to Anger

By Bailie Rouse on May 3, 2019

This week in chapel, Dr. Max Botner taught on James 1:19-21. As we consider our identity as followers of Christ, the question "Do I belong?" arises. This passage of James gives us an opportunity to think through and to consider the radical foundation of our counter-cultural community. We are the Diasporic community of people who should be leaning into God's radical vision.

As James identifies and…

Can University Athletics Really Make a Worldwide Difference?

By Bailey Linton on May 3, 2019

In my time at Cornerstone University, I have often been asked about what makes Cornerstone University so special. One of the first school initiatives I always make sure to point people toward is Night of Nets.

Night of Nets is a global campaign that involves different groups from across the world coming together to end malaria, which is a deadly disease. All proceeds of Cornerstone's Night of Nets…

Bailey Linton: My Cornerstone Retrospective

By Bailey Linton on May 8, 2019

In one week, my four-year-long journey as a student at Cornerstone University will come to an end. When I first came to CU, I was a wide-eyed 18-year-old with big hopes and dreams for what my future would be.

God had some crazy plans in store for me, things I could not even begin to comprehend. I was beginning a path of self-discovery, self-reflection and self-renewal.

Cornerstone is an incredibly…

Benefits of Taking an Online Summer Course

By Bailey Linton on May 14, 2019

I don't know how you felt about the idea of summer school when you were growing up, but to me, it always sounded like a punishment. That misconception makes the awesome idea of dual enrollment in the summer puzzling to some high school students.

In college, summer school is an entirely different story. Taking a summer course may be one of the wisest decisions you can make heading into your college…

Make a Way

By Joe Stowell on May 21, 2019

May is the month we celebrate Memorial Day, when we commemorate heroes who have fought in battle for our freedom.

One of my personal heroes is Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was known for his courageous leadership during World War II. His battle-tested skill equipped the troops to reclaim Europe. Soon after returning to the U.S. as a hero, he was elected president.

While in Europe, Eisenhower had experienced…