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Campus Life

September 28, 2020

Navigating School and Social Life On-Campus during COVID-19

COVID-19 has been a scary, uncertain season of life around the globe and on campus. This pandemic has infiltrated every aspect of life. Around campus, the changes to our social lives are quite apparent. Thankfully, Geneva has put many wonderful minds toward the task of engaging students in a way that is truly fulfilling for the soul.


September 22, 2020

What Jobs Will Never Go Away?

Technology continues to advance; and, although new types of careers are continuously being developed with this advancement, robots are rapidly replacing humans in a large portion of some sectors causing many jobs to become obsolete.

Higher Education

September 18, 2020

Embracing Educational Benefits: Why is Education Important?

Education is more than going to your classes and doing the work necessary to get a passing grade—it’s about preparing for life! So, use this time wisely and work hard to take advantage of all the benefits a good education has to offer.

Campus Life

September 10, 2020

Campus Opportunities

I had to ask myself a hard question… Why in the world did I not get involved with these campus opportunities sooner?! So you don’t waste precious time staying away any of the amazing experiences found at college like I did, here are a few things I found to be great time commitments and fantastic ways to get connected to the Geneva community.

Campus Life

September 7, 2020

Avoiding College Chaos

For a college student, being unorganized can really hinder an easy flow of daily functionality. Instead of making the most of your time, you’re stuck fixing mistakes and messes you made earlier. Sometimes, making a to-do list can be helpful in the process of organizing and planning what and when things need done. Take a moment and look at these important things to do as soon as you get to campus or as soon as you can.

Campus Life

September 4, 2020

What to Expect on Your First Day of College: How to Prepare

The first day of college can be exciting, scary, and confusing. Will I actually like my major? Will I get along with my professors? What do I do if I don’t understand the material? If you are asking yourself these questions, you are certainly not alone. But here is how you can ease your nerves and be prepared for the first day.

Biblical Wisdom

September 2, 2020

A Son Who Brings Shame and Reproach

Every society faces the problem of “elder abuse.” In time, a son always becomes stronger than his father and can push him around, and a son (or a daughter) can sometimes appropriate his mother’s house and property, perhaps abusing a trusting mother’s grant of power of attorney to “chase her away.”

Program Spotlight

August 28, 2020

Compelling Reasons to Pursue Your Bachelor of Science in Management

Are you on the hunt for a degree program that prepares you to succeed as a business leader? You could be the perfect candidate for a Bachelor of Science in Management.

Program Spotlight

August 24, 2020

Nursing vs Allied Health: Which Field Is Right for You?

The health care field is bursting with opportunity. If you're eager to make your mark, you'll first need to determine how you'll enter this diverse industry.

Campus Life

August 14, 2020

Back to School Packing: 6 Things to Bring

As we approach another transition back to college, packing is on the minds of students everywhere. What should I bring? How much should I bring? What will I need in the age of COVID-19? If questions like these have been haunting you, don’t worry; here's a practical, pandemic-aware packing list. Hopefully it helps you out!

Everyday Living

August 12, 2020

Far Greater Than Six Feet

Keeping a six-foot distance from each other during this pandemic brings feelings of depression and solitude. Separation from the people you love, the places you enjoy visiting and the friends you want to spend time with really hurts. Even though this feels like it has never occurred before, separation is a part of being human in a fallen world.

Program Spotlight

August 10, 2020

Celebrating National Aviation Day: Why We Honor the Nation's Loftiest Professions

While aviation professionals should receive praise on a year-round basis, we call extra attention to their efforts on August 19—National Aviation Day. This holiday honors the proud history of aviation in the United States while highlighting those who currently power the industry.

Everyday Living

August 6, 2020

Recipes I’ve Tried During COVID-19 Quarantine

In a desperate search for things to do during COVID-19 quarantine, I began to volunteer to make dinner in the evenings with my sister. We scoured the internet for tasty, yet simple-enough, recipes to try at home. Here are a few recipes that we tried!

Biblical Wisdom

August 3, 2020

To Fine the Righteous Is Not Good

Fining the righteous (i.e., the innocent) “is not good,” surely an understatement. Let rulers know that there is a God in heaven who will judge those who fine the innocent, or flog the noble for their integrity. No matter how great a ruler is, he should know that doing such things is “not good.”

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.

Campus Life

July 24, 2020

The Best College Books to Help You Survive—and Thrive—as a Freshman

From fictional accounts to self-help guides, a variety of publications can ease your mind as you embark on the college journey. Be sure to add the following to your reading list.

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.


July 15, 2020

Thinking God’s Thoughts After Him: Christians Can Believe In and Teach Science

Can people of faith also believe in science? Can Christians teach science and remain faithful to their beliefs?

Campus Life

July 13, 2020

The COVID-19 Disruption

As you continue to adjust to the COVID-19 environment we are living in, I want you to consider that this is only a disruption in your life. It may seem to be overwhelming but only if you allow it to be. God does not bring disruptions in our lives to destroy us, but to build us up (James 1:2).

Everyday Living

July 9, 2020

Five Ways to Beat the Heat

Summer is just about everyone’s favorite season full of activities that set it far apart from everyday life the rest of the year. It also can be hot. As we've reached the fiery days of summer, everyone is scrambling to find energy efficient ways to stay cool on the hot days ahead, and here’s how!