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Christian Culture in Spain

Written by Leanna Westerhof. Media by Max Gensler In Spain, I attend the church Comunidad Cristiana Luz Y Vida, translated as the Light and Life Community Church. It is a small church with around 20 or 30 people attending every Sunday. A lot of the members are from different countries including Peru, Costa Rica, the United States, and Spain. As four young girls from small town Illinois, Brittany, Brooke, Mi ...

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Joy in Depression?

Written by Joe Watson. Media by Max Gensler   I just want to be open and say I have never experienced what might be considered clinical depression. I have, however, experienced deep times of sadness. I've had intense times of self-hatred and wavering feelings when it came to my faith in the years just before I came to Greenville College. Sadness dug its claws into my heart long before I realized I was ...

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Kim Davis and The Kingdom

Written by Joe Watson. Media by Max Gensler   More than likely you have heard about Kim Davis, and have likely made an opinion about her actions by now. To be honest, it isn’t easy to take a stance on the issue. Christians will likely find themselves conflicted as to whether they should side with Kim Davis on her decision to not give out marriage licenses to anyone as she looked for an acceptable alter ...

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Theology is a Tradition

Written by Leanna Westerhof. Media by Max Gensler Tradition is an old word, it makes me think of old patterns of behavior and in this new day and age is tradition really important? Changes are happening all the time, every day all over the world. It makes me think of flapper girls in the 1920’s, or more accurately how they defied tradition by going against the norm and changing the concept of the “ideal wom ...

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Theology is a scary world

                         Written by Joseph Watson. Media by Max Gensler      To many people, even on a Christian campus, theology is something to be wary of. The thought of diving deep into Christian thought and conversation can be really intimidating. You could, and probably would, find that believers you’ve known for a long time who are “put off” or even scared of discussing theology. I think th ...

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Making Sense of Bible Translations

Written and Media by Stephen Hillrich. As Greenville College is a Christian college, specifically of the Free Methodist tradition, the Bible is often used in classes, ceremonies, chapels, and personal situations.  The Bible is important to Christians because how we read the scriptures God has provided for us will greatly impact our faith. The professors at Greenville College are excellent at finding was to ...

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Why Women Should Read Theology

Written by Mary Todd Christian. Media by Jack Dawdy. Theology can sound intimidating. When you think “theology,” you may think of confusing terms and words that are way over your head. If you are a young lady that grew up in a church tradition like mine, studying theology might have always seemed like a “man thing,” and only men were the aspiring theologians. (Disclaimer: I understand this view is not true ...

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Disciplined Decisions

Written by Charlie Herrick.  Media by Stephen Hillrich. 24Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize. 25Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever.” - 1 Corinthians 9:24-25 Here at Greenville College we students hear t ...

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Doubt And Worship

Written by Justin Mulholland. Media by Katie Wallace. When you engage a person about the role of doubt in faith, there are a variety of ways that the conversation could go. There are people who see doubt as wrong, people who see doubt as okay, and many people who are in between. Questions that arise when talking about doubt are: how does it affect our worship? Can we be fully devoted to God if we have linge ...

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The Gift And Discipline Of Honesty

Written by Jonathan Moua. Media by Katie Wallace. Honesty is rarely ever talked about as a discipline. It is a virtue. Something we all should strive to have. Something we value in an age of moral decline. But what if we see honesty as a discipline? What if honesty is something we should practice so that in tough times, we have friends who know the truth, who can stand beside us and who can keep us accounta ...

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