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June 15, 2021

Making It in the Big Leagues: 5 Majors to Land a Job Working in Professional Sports

If you dream of a career in sports, you’re in luck. There are many more career options in the sporting industry today than there were in years past—careers that allow you to work directly with athletes or behind the scenes supporting athletic events. So, what do you major in for a career in sports? What are some jobs that involve sports? Keep reading to learn more.

Everyday Living

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

June 4, 2021

Whoever Trusts in His Own Mind Is a Fool

When the Bible teaches one thing and your “instincts,” as it were, disagree, whose wisdom do you trust, your own or God’s? Do we really need to be told not to trust in our own minds? Yes, because we want to trust ourselves, and because in our day putatively wise people constantly tell us that high self-esteem brings success.

Program Spotlight

May 28, 2021

5 Fascinating Facts About Community Development You May Not Have Known

Pursuing a degree in community development allows you to work on improving your local community. The changes you make can boost your own quality of life, as well as the lives of your loved ones and neighbors. When you study community development, you can expect to gain considerable knowledge and skills that can help you contribute to your community. While you might have some idea of what a community development degree program offers, here are five facts you might not be aware of.

Biblical Wisdom

May 25, 2021

7 Reasons Why Bible Study for College Students Can Help with Better Grades

As busy as college students are, it can be profoundly beneficial for them to seek out and engage in a routine Bible study. Diving deeper into their faith, exploring what the world’s challenges mean to them, and creating a Christian-based path forward can give any college student the direction he or she needs to achieve their best life. Still, it’s not always easy to make that decision—instead of a night with friends or yet another study session for a high-level math class, go to Bible study instead.

Graduate Studies

May 21, 2021

Why an Emphasis in Finance for Your MBA Is So Valuable: 5 Benefits Students See

For those pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA), the degree offers a variety of different paths and specialization options. Today’s student is able to use it as a foundation for their business degree but can build in other areas of interest. One of the most important ways to make that degree go further is to choose an emphasis in finance. For some students who pursue an MBA to land the ideal job or to gain key skills, finance simply makes sense.

Biblical Wisdom

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."

Higher Education

May 14, 2021

10 Great Benefits of Choosing a Major and a Minor in College

Declaring your major in college is an important part of making sure you get the education you need for a career in your chosen field. You also have the option to choose a minor, but do minors really matter? A minor is a set of classes some college students choose as a way to enhance their education overall. While it isn’t required, having a major/minor can actually provide you with some excellent benefits. These are some of the top reasons to consider choosing both a major and a minor.

Campus Life

May 12, 2021

Benefits of Renting

When students hit college, they general want more freedom, so it only makes sense that they might like to rent a place. While renting can impact your financial situation, it also provides benefits of more choice in roommates, freedom, and space. It’s important to weigh these advantages against the benefits of dorm life, which are numerous and meaningful.


May 7, 2021

Guide to Fun in Beaver County: Part 2

Arcade video games. Go-Karts. Trampolines. Ice cream. History. Need a place to get away from the books and papers for an afternoon of fun? Here's part 2 of your guide to the numerous places to visit in the Beaver Falls area.

Biblical Wisdom

May 5, 2021

Know Well the Condition of Your Flocks

What should someone with wealth do? Solomon writes, “Pay attention to it and know its condition.” He uses the example of sheep and goats. Wise parents blessed with wealth will teach their children how to work to maintain it. Wise children will accept the burdens of responsibility that go with family wealth, always remembering that riches do not last forever.


April 29, 2021

Why Majoring in Chemistry Today Can Make for a Successful Career Tomorrow

Chemistry is an exceptionally intriguing field of study, affecting practically every aspect of life on earth in one way or another. Using chemistry, scientists more than met our basic needs for food, shelter, clothing, energy, health and a clean environment—they improved them. Chemical technologies continue to deliver innovative solutions to problems in health, materials and energy usage.


April 26, 2021

8 Exciting Career Options for Communication Design Majors

Communication design is a growing field that is gaining interest in the modern tech-savvy world. Today, companies need people with an eye for art and design who also know how to use that skill to communicate meaning. This is exactly what communication design studies. Should you consider a major in communication design? Is it a good major? As you consider whether or not to pursue a communication design major, take a closer look at career paths available with this degree.


April 22, 2021

Walk Where Jesus Walked: The Best of Israel Tour

As I walked the Via Dolorosa (The Way of Suffering), I was walking the very path of Christ from Palm Sunday to the crucifixion. As I stood in the remains of Jericho, I was reminded of God’s faithfulness in delivering the city into the hands of the Israelites. As I scooped water from the Jordan River, I was reminded that Christ is the living water. It was indeed the trip of a lifetime and my faith will forever be changed because of it.


April 20, 2021

Why an Internship Could Be the Key to Your Success After Graduation

College students are often consumed by coursework, and they spend a significant amount of time studying for exams and writing term papers about topics related to their chosen major. While it's important to stay focused and earn the best grades possible throughout your college career, you may also want to explore internship opportunities.

Campus Life

April 15, 2021

Benefits of Dorm Life

Living in a dorm is fun and a great way to start off your new college adventure! Find out reasons why you should not overlook the many benefits of dorm life.

Graduate Studies

April 12, 2021

7 Surprising Career Doors Opened with a Master's in Counseling

As you consider your graduate school options, you may find yourself drawn to a master's degree in counseling. This particular degree lets you dig a little deeper into the study of counseling and how to support people through their struggles. Yet, you may be wondering if investing in a counseling master's program is worth it. What can you do with a master's degree in counseling? Here is a closer look at some of the careers that could be opened to you with this particular graduate degree.


April 9, 2021

Great Reasons to Be a Writing Major

Writing is one of the best choices as a college major because of the flexibility it gives you in so many different jobs and in your overall vocation. With a writing major, you can be a journalist, teacher, work in any number of public relations offices, write as a freelancer, become a blogger and have a skill that's useful in many other ways.

College Preparation

April 7, 2021

5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Early College Credits

Going to college while still in high school is an adventure. Early college is seen as a benefit to high school students because of the college credits they earn and the experience they gain from working with college. A student starting Early College for the first time could use these five, firsthand tips tips to get the most out of the experience.

Biblical Wisdom

April 6, 2021

Whoever Hates Disguises Himself

The Book of Proverbs has no use for the gullible, viewing them as willful fools. Even when everyone else can see a hateful, deceitful person for what he is, the gullible choose to believe gracious words.