Tag: faith

Finding Jesus Online

Written by Johnathon Goodenow. Media by Kayla Morton. When I came back from Israel, I had a couple of days on campus before spring semester...

In God We Trust: Campaigns and Christ

Written by Carrie Baker. Media by Kayla Morton. Dr. Ben Carson is not the leading Republican nominee for the Presidential candidacy. In fact, he’s...

Does Class Size Matter?

There are many different colleges out there that are unique in many ways. It’s because of these differences that students choose which college will best fit them. Some students would prefer to be on a large campus and use different types of transportation to get from one place to another. For instance, students may have to take a bike, car or bus to get to their next class on time. Others prefer a smaller campus that’s easy to walk from class to class.

Sport and Faith: Alonzo Stagg

Written by and Media by Trey Adams In 1892, a man named Amos Alonzo Stagg was hired at the University of Chicago as the...

What Is Community?

Written by Missy Deal. Media by Katie Wallace. Around here at Greenville College, there is a lot of commotion about community. We all have heard...

Faith in Sports: The Cross and Cross Country

As a Christian institution, Greenville athletic teams are challenged with the task of incorporating faith into sports. But what does that really mean? Is incorporating faith into sports as simple as praying before competitions, or conducting sportsmanship that is noticeably admirable? The sad truth is that many Christian athletes leave faith at the front door when they enter an athletic arena. Faith in sports can easily be consumed by competitive nature in the pursuit of victory. However, some teams at Greenville College are looking beyond the perishable victor’s crown, and gazing upon the eternal crown of heaven. One of these teams is the Men’s and Women’s cross country team.

Faith in Sports: Cody Lopez

The world of sports is a riveting place that has captivated the eyes of audiences everywhere since the beginning of human existence. From the day a boy is born, daddy clothes him in a football jersey and subjects him to any sport contest he can find on T.V. As the boy grows up, he picks up several societal messages that tell him sport is life. Unfortunately the people we idolize playing sports on screen don’t always have the best morals. We worship prima donnas, quickly forgiving their antics off the field because they are such gifted athletes. I won’t buy it. I believe that all our worship should go to God and God alone. No, sports are not the devil, like Bobby Bucher’s mother would suggest, and we should not deter kids from playing a game they love.