Going to a Christian conference is not a one-day, or even a weekend, event. Going to a Christian conference is a dedication to your own personal, individualized Christian faith. It is a special time and space that gives human beings the opportunity to build a relationship with Christ, rebuild a relationship with Christ, grow alongside other believers, pursue the Lord in a way that they are unable to do on a day-to-day basis and truly respond to the Holy Spirit.Read More
About February of 2017, I was looking around Beaver Falls for houses to rent, as I would be living off-campus and commuting during my junior and senior years to lessen the cost associated with room & board.
Pornography is no small issue in our society. Though some may find it overwhelming to fight against something so deeply rooted in modern culture, junior engineering student, Jake Dykes, has already made an impact on his fellow students by publicly taking a stand against it.
A response to pornography
VITA: “Kingdom work in business”
Fee to coach women’s golf
Holladay recovers from heart attacks
What if I wasn’t white
Body image is still a resilient problem. Despite the widespread rhetoric that “it’s what’s on the inside that counts” (who ever explicitly states the opposite?), despite all the self-help books and the public resistance against contemporary beauty standards, the anxiety and self-hate that results from one’s own body image remains rampant. It is often argued that this is an indication that we ought to love ourselves more, but the problem is more likely caused by an individualistic understanding of the body.Read More
Do we have a listening ear?
There was once an epidemic of suicides in Micronesia. In the 1960s, suicide was almost unknown in these South Pacific islands, but by the end of the 1980s their suicide rate was the highest in the world. Most of these suicides were teenage males who hung themselves.