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Journey to the Cross: Lent

Written by: Tyler Wright. Media by: Jonathan Bremer. Prayer and fasting for 40 days seems a little... extreme, doesn't it? Wouldn't something to that extent be reserved for something like Jesus' experience in the desert that Lent parallels? After all, He's Jesus. Surely, that can't be expected of us mere humans, right? Not true. Lent is a time for all believers. It is a time marked by repentance - for turni ...

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What Is Caesar’s

Written By Tyler Wright. Media By Jonathan Bremer. We find ourselves amidst the heat of the political races, debates, and ensuing elections with the lines blurred more than ever before. Every politician, no matter how loose their "translation," has something to say about the Scriptures and it seems that every Christian, no matter how conservative or liberal, has something to say about every politician. As C ...

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Our Favorite Theologians

Written by Joe Watson, Media By Max Gensler I sat down with one of my best friends Nathaniel Brown and talked about some of our favorite theologians. We found some really interesting topics to talk about concerning these theologians and tried our best to not get too off topic. I hope that this is entertaining and causes a few nuggets to mull over. Also, happy seasons greetings and merry Christmas. Be safe o ...

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Bits of Happiness Mixed Into a Life of Joy

Written by Kaylee Summers. Media by Max Gensler.     Sometimes in college it is hard to stay on top of homework, stay in touch with friends and attend meetings. It can be difficult to balance busy schedules and remain happy during tough times like midterms.  However, there are ways to seek joy even through the trials of college life.  Many times, people misunderstand joy and happiness and use thes ...

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A God Who Isn’t Surprised By Evil

Written by Joe Watson. Media by Max Gensler     The events that unfolded on Nov. 13th are some that many will never forget. I remember getting on a social media website I normally kill time on called Reddit. The website had a thread which showed live updates of what was going on during the shootings that occurred at the Bataclan in Paris, France. On that same day, there were also bombings in Beiru ...

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Captivated by the Gospels

Written by Joe Watson. Media by Max Gensler. I think that a lot of us might be inclined to say there are times when we are completely caught off guard by the gospel of Jesus. To me, I would say it sort of feels like an epiphany where God is speaking or working in my own life. I seem to really latch onto gaining a new understanding of scripture that I have never heard before. Listening to sermons also provid ...

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In Wayman’s Terms Part 3

Written by Joe Watson. Media by Max Gensler   We got another opportunity to sit down with Dr. Wayman, and ask him a few questions. I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to spend time with him and talk about some hard issues and topics. His answers are insightful and cause us to really think about how we live as Christians. In our final interview, we discuss some topics specifically pertaining to the Church ...

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Running with God…or not?

Written by Leanna Westerhof. Media by Max Gensler   Heart pounding in time with my feet slapping against the pavement, my breath labored, sweat beading on my forehead, okay, I lied…the sweat is dripping off my forehead like a steady irrigation system, and for once I am alone with God. Not necessarily speaking, just spending time with Him. It is one of my favorite things about running, and running is no ...

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In Wayman’s Terms pt. 2

Written by Joseph Watson. Media by Max Gensler. Picture/Media by Max Gensler Once again I had the chance to interview Dr. Wayman, but I ran into some scheduling issues. Therefore I asked Dr. Wayman if he would be fine typing out his answers to me, and said that he would be happy to do so. The interview aims to ask Dr. Wayman hard questions, and requires him to respond with relatable answers. I hope that the ...

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A Life of Repetition

Written by Joe Watson. Media by Max Gensler     Waking up at seven in the morning when you don’t have class until eleven o’clock may seem foolish to a lot of college students, but in order for me to finish everything I have to do for the day, it is required of me. The two most important things that are a part of my day are reading my Bible and prayer. These two things may seem simple, but I am sur ...

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