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April 12, 2024

Some Tips for Managing Anxiety

Anxiety is incredibly common, and is especially common among young adults. So if you are struggling with anxiety, here are some tips from Amy Solman on how to manage anxiety.

Everyday Living

March 14, 2024

Using Social Media Redemptively

As social media continues to grow in popularity, how might Christians be able to use social media to serve God and serve others? Read here for a few ideas!

Campus Life Everyday Living

December 1, 2023

How to Stay Healthy When Sickness is Spreading

Sickness spreads quickly on college campuses. Here are a few tips to help you avoid catching a cold or virus!

Everyday Living

June 26, 2023

Tips for Athletes in the Off-Season

Read to learn about tips to stay healthy, rested, and connected for college athletes in the off-season.

Everyday Living

April 14, 2023

9 Financial Tips for College Students

Saving money in college is hard. Here are 9 financial tips that can help you save money and make the most out of your time as a student.

Everyday Living

January 30, 2023

The Importance of Sleep

Why is sleep important? And how can you get more of it in college?

Everyday Living

December 6, 2022

10 Study Tips for Exam Season

Exam season can be stressful. These 10 tips can help you feel confident going in to any exam!

Everyday Living

March 11, 2022

So, You Want to Learn Another Language?

Learning a new language can help you advance your career, understand other cultures, enhance your memory skills, help you to be a better communicator, stimulate your brain power, and more. Here are 6 tips to help you get started on your language learning journey.

Everyday Living

October 20, 2021

Drive-thru Mindfulness: 4 Quick Ways to Improve Mental Health

In the midst of the chaos, it’s crucial we remember to take time to improve our mental health. For those of you who are so busy that your only chance to breathe is a bathroom break, I’ve composed a list of 4 ways you can engage in mindfulness without skipping class.

Everyday Living

August 12, 2021

Keeping Your Summer Cool

With many of us in the Northern Hemisphere experiencing that summer sun lately, I think we could use some helpful and creative ways to keep cool during the rest of this summer. Not every person owns an air conditioning unit and even if you do, you might want to save some money. So, without further ado here are ten good ideas for keeping it cool this summer.

Everyday Living

July 6, 2021

Ways to Relax

A generation on the go needs time to unwind in order to maintain good health. Some fun ways to relax are to take walks, which has the dual benefit of exercise, to read and learn new things or escape to the world of our imagination, and to draw, which helps us to cope with our emotions and create something beautiful that we can share with others.

Everyday Living Faith

June 9, 2021

Through the Lens of Perspective

Our perspective of ourselves can impact the beauty and value we see there. This view can end up being very different from how God and others see us. When we look at ourselves, we tend to see all the qualities that we dislike. But we need to adjust our perspective and make sure we are using the lens of Christ.

Biblical Wisdom Everyday Living Faith

May 19, 2021

The Rest of Peace

Handing our cares and worries over to God gives us peace which keeps us from falling into doubt, as stated in Philippians. "Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God."

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January 6, 2021

Best of 2020: The Responsibility of Stewardship

In a world that has been impacted by sin, there is always more that can be done to ensure a mindset of good stewardship and redemption. It starts with understanding that God intends to connect man’s physical existence with the environment from which he was brought forth and continues with educating people with sensible information.

Everyday Living

July 30, 2020

The Power of Friends: Why You Should Make an Effort on International Day of Friendship

On this special day, we celebrate the wonderful role friends play in our lives. This is a great opportunity to let our friends know how much they mean to us.

Everyday Living

July 18, 2020

How to Save Energy in Summertime

Staying conscious of your household energy usage can help keep your electricity bills low while limiting the impact on resources. Here are some tips to stay environmentally conscious and fiscally responsible, a great combination for stewards of God's creation.

Everyday Living

July 3, 2020

How to Spend Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is one of America’s favorite holidays - full of celebration, of the ideals that anyone can make a good life for themselves in the U.S., achieving the ‘American Dream.’ Here are a variety of activities you can participate in this Independence Day.

Everyday Living

June 17, 2020

10 Ways College Students Can Put Some Sizzle in Summer Vacation

See if you can strike a healthy balance this summer between challenges and indulgences. Choose activities intentionally designed to keep your mind stimulated while providing your body and spirit with the refreshing, rejuvenating R&R they need.

Everyday Living

March 19, 2020

Women's History Month: Celebrating Female Empowerment

Women's History Month encourages us to provide the recognition that accomplished women have deserved throughout the ages—and that they still deserve today. Keep reading to learn more about this important time of year.

Everyday Living Graduate Studies Program Spotlight

January 27, 2020

The Magic Formula for Dealing with SUD

Supporting individuals with SUD in fulfilling their own visions of a successful life is my passion. I am presently doing my Geneva College practicum/internship at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. I see how drugs and alcohol have caused serious health problems, financial struggles, imprisonment, damaged relationships, and even death.

Everyday Living

January 20, 2020

Taking the High Road

Martin Luther King, Jr., a Baptist minister and social activist, was a prominent leader of the civil rights movement in the U.S. from the mid-1950s until his death by assassination in 1968. Due to his dynamic leadership of the Civil Rights movement and his steadfast commitment to the achievement of racial justice through nonviolent means, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.

Everyday Living

November 29, 2019

Protecting Valuable Assets: You and Your Data

Electronic devices make life easier and more efficient, but they open us up to privacy and security concerns. Address these concerns on Computer Security Day.

Everyday Living

November 21, 2019

Six Radical Self-Care Strategies To Help You Survive the Holiday Season

We cannot pour from empty cups. During the holiday season when depression rises, it's important to practice self-care so we are better able to serve others.

Campus Life Everyday Living Faith

November 13, 2019

How About Some Not-So-Random Acts on World Kindness Day?

What are you planning to contribute to World Kindness Day this year? Learn some easy, free, and powerful ways to celebrate and spread positivity.

Everyday Living Graduate Studies

October 10, 2019

Treating Mental Illness with Compassion

World Mental Health Day is a day to share your compassion.

Everyday Living

August 12, 2019

Escape in the Pages of a Good Book

As the school year approaches, remember to enjoy a great mental break from academic reading to enjoy a good book!

Everyday Living Faith

July 18, 2019

Does Purity Matter Today? Why Teens Still See the Importance of Purity

Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity. - 1 Timothy 4:12

Everyday Living Program Spotlight

July 16, 2019

Integrating Your Christian Faith Into Your Business Life

As Christians, we are called to be image bearers of Christ in every area of life. As Christian business owners and entrepreneurs, you should hold yourself to a higher standard of ethical and moral behavior.

Everyday Living Faith

July 12, 2019

Just Look & See What is Good

The world teaches us so much about the workmanship and caring nature of our creator. Whether on vacation or “staycation” these wonders can be seen and enjoyed if we just choose to open our eyes and notice them.

Everyday Living Faith

June 1, 2019

Summertime Faith: How to Live for Christ This Summer

There's more to summer than relaxing. Yes get your rest, but take advantage of the opportunity to restore your body and your spirit.

Everyday Living

May 29, 2019

10 Ways to Ensure Summer Downtime isn't Brain-Dulling Time

Summer is here!! Get your rest, but relax we want to give you tips to keep your mind sharp.

Everyday Living Faith

March 6, 2019

Winter Blues: Spiritual Spring Semester Slump

This is the point of the year where we are looking back longingly at Christmas vacation, feeling that our summer vacations are too far away. Every day is the same old routine; we’re exhausted and bored. But the real question is: what effect does this seasonal slump have on our spiritual lives?

Everyday Living

February 17, 2019

What Does Biblical Kindness Look Like?

National Random Acts of Kindness Day is observed on February 17, Kindness is a lifestyle. It is a daily practice. It is a choice. As Christians we are to grow in the fruit of the spirit – love, joy, peace, patience, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control, and kindness – and growth takes time.

Everyday Living

December 21, 2018

Making Resolutions That Stick in the New Year

As January approaches we suggest you shift your mindset heading into the New Year!

Everyday Living

November 7, 2018

Chilling Out on Stress Awareness Day

In this life we will all inevitably experience stress. Here are some tips to appropriately manage your stress.

Everyday Living

October 15, 2018

Refining Our Rants

Our instinct is to rant at people who have offended us, but lashing out at those who have wronged us is not effective or loving. Refining our rants means taking the opinions we have and the raw emotion we feel and backing them up with facts. It means taking an honest look at our ideas to find the best way to communicate them to other people.

Everyday Living

October 10, 2018

Lending Your Hand to Lift Others Up on World Homeless Day

Definitely not a day of celebrating, World Homeless Day raises awareness and educates people about homelessness.

Everyday Living

September 21, 2018

In Everything Give Thanks

On this day in 1965, a movement was birthed to practice gratitude to remind us to consider the amazing things we have in our lives.

Biblical Wisdom Everyday Living

August 1, 2018

Where no oxen are, the trough is clean...

A life accomplishing anything will include a lot of messiness, including untidy houses and barns. But a messy house shows that people live there, people to love and be loved, people made in God’s image.

Biblical Wisdom Everyday Living Faith

June 21, 2018

Unity in Christ: Loving One Another, Despite Our Differences

Nowadays it is easy to get caught up in our many differences. But in reality, we have so much more in common than we think.

Adult Students Campus Life Everyday Living

June 19, 2018

Beaver Falls Foodie

A great way to get to know a community is eating their local fare, and Beaver Falls holds its own when it comes to great places to eat. Don’t believe me? Try these 5 places, and they will change your mind.

Everyday Living

June 15, 2018

Share the Gift of Life on World Blood Donor Day

Yesterday served as a reminder that we should carry with us every day. Show your community you care by donating your blood!

Everyday Living

June 8, 2018

Saving Energy and Money in Your First Apartment

College students can divert money from their energy bills (so it can go towards something they actually want) by following these simple dos and don'ts to manage the utility bills for their first small or medium-sized apartment.

Everyday Living Faith

April 19, 2018

College Student Grief Awareness Day: Tips for Juggling Grief with Student Life

As a college student, you are facing many things including grieving for a wide array of reasons. It is important that you give yourself the permission to take care of yourself.

Everyday Living

April 13, 2018

The Parable of the Talents: The Importance of Cultivating God's Blessings

Even seemingly small blessing can make a big difference when they are handled properly.

Campus Life Everyday Living

March 3, 2018

Unpredictable Weather: Be Prepared and Keep Your Chin Up!

The weather in Western Pennsylvania during a transition from season to season can be unpredictable, to say the least. It’s easy to complain about the weather, but how much better it is to prepare for it!

Campus Life Everyday Living

January 25, 2018

Learning to Live with a Troublesome Roommate

There are many reasons why two roommates may not get along, and it is important to understand what these reasons may be and how to appropriately handle such reasons.

Faith Everyday Living

December 22, 2017

7 Ways to Spread Joy Over Christmas Break

The holiday is here. After you catch up on sleep and binge watch all the shows you've missed, take an opportunity to serve others this holiday!

Biblical Wisdom Everyday Living Faith

October 17, 2017

Celebrating a Biblically Based Conflict Resolution Day

Inevitably we all will face conflict in our lives. While it has historically is viewed in a negative light, we see it a tool to not only grow our faith but cultivate fruitful relationships as well.

Everyday Living Faith

June 23, 2017

June 23: A Special Day to Let Go and Let God

The storms and trials of life can weigh us down. When we do not have our gazed fixed to the one who can sustain us, it often seems unbearable. But today we can take a stand Let It Go and allow God to take control.

Everyday Living

May 16, 2017

Making a Memorable Mark on Notebook Day

The second annual Notebook Day gives you yet another opportunity to sit at the feet of Jesus. Whether you are writing your hopes, dreams, fears or failures, take this day to have a moment of reflection, revelation or restoration.

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