Whether you’re about to begin your college journey, you’re halfway through, or you’re in the final stretch towards graduation, I’d like to encourage you to do this one thing: Embrace the predictably unpredictable.
As the semester winds down, the work on final projects and exams ramps up. For many students, the end of the semester is when their most rigorous and intense work and studying arrives, but you can cope with the stress and come out on top ready for summer break.
Often times we focus on how we cannot fix things in our lives. We can be weighed down by negative thoughts and actions. With Easter approaching we should focus on how we, with the help of the Holy Spirit, can be renewed and freed from the bondage of negativity.
Many people in the world are not as fortunate to have constant clean water. Learn how you can help by conserving water on World Water Day.
Your high school career will be over before you know it. No matter where you are in school, it's important to keep your focus on what's next: college. The steps you take now could determine the course of your college career.
Here are five fun facts about Geneva’s history that will make you a Geneva trivia expert - and you may even stump your professor.
Talking about sleep with college students tends to be one of those “But mom…” topics. Ask any college student and they will gladly give you an account of their sleeplessness, wearing it like a badge of honor. Somehow, not sleeping became cool.
During Reading Awareness Month, we challenge you to embark on a book-based adventure. Not sure what to read? Give one or more of these books of faith a try.
One in five adults experiences a mental health disorder in a year. Can you just imagine that every one out of five people you pass are experiencing a mental health disability? If this is the case, why are we not doing anything to help?
People err when they think wealth is the measure of a man. The question, “How much is he worth (meaning money)?” is way off the mark. A far better measure of a man is integrity: “better is the poor man who walks in his integrity.”
Spring Break is finally here, and you and your friends are hoping to relax with a film that simultaneously entertains and expands your faith. Christian-themed titles do exist on Netflix, so be sure to check out one of the following flicks the next time you host movie night.
If you know you want to attend a Christian college but struggle to choose a major, keep these considerations in mind.