Longing for the Christ of Christmas

It’s the most wonderful time of year. Or so we’re told. Festive tunes blare through every store as we hurry through our shopping. We attend parties, wear ugly sweaters, eat extra yummy, unhealthy goodies and notice the sparkle of lights on houses everywhere. And...

Practicing Generosity in College

Most likely you’ve lived long enough to know by experience the deep truth embodied in God’s Word: “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” The older and more mature we become, the more joy we experience in giving—and the less value we place on getting stuff for...

An Honest Look at Friendship in College

I still remember the day I met Jessica. We were college freshman, only a few weeks into the school year. We’d just finished choir rehearsal, where we both sang alto and sat a few seats away from each other. A comment was made about checking our mail and we somehow...

Knowing Yourself in College

  It’s not revolutionary to say, but all of us see the world through a lens that is all our own. We solve problems uniquely, make decisions differently, are driven by diverse motivations and energized in distinct ways. As a college student, you’ve probably...

Undecided: When You Can’t Pick a Major

Maybe you’re looking ahead toward college but have no idea what you want to study once you get there. Or perhaps you’ve already started into college but haven’t declared a major yet. Though this can feel a bit unnerving, it may surprise you to know that 50% of college...