We had author Ian Cron on campus this week. In his chapel address he gave a description of sin unlike most I’ve heard before — and I liked it. He said, Sin is attempting to steal from God something that can only be given. Read that again. Read it one more time. Sin is attempting […]
Failure is not the end… but the chance to begin again. Don’t quit. Not today. Not ever.
When you hear the word solitude, what do you think of? What do you envision? Does it conjure up feeling of peace, comfort, and connection? Or does the idea of being alone (on purpose) make you feel anxious, uncomfortable, and downright fearful? I want to continue to explore this quote from author Richard Foster: […]
Our lives — both what we say and how we live — say a lot about us. They are a living testament to what we believe to be important, meaningful, and worthy of… well, our very lives. And while words are important, it is ultimately how we live our lives — and what we give […]
We are products of our past… But we don’t have to be prisoners of it. It has shaped us to be who we are today, but it does not define us. Nor does it dictate our future. And would you actually believe that God can redeem our past and use it — for His glory, […]
The world needs more love — and more loving people. How can you help the world in this way? How can you be a beacon of love on your campus? How can you make a difference in someone’s life today? Be the love you want to see in the world.
Do you need to hear this today? How does this thought need to shape your life and the different roles you will play in this new academic year?
Don’t over-estimate your role or potential impact this year — but don’t under-estimate it either!
Are you a leader on your campus? You don’t have to have an “official” title in order to be a leader. And just because you have a title doesn’t mean you’re a leader. Leadership can look, sound, and feel like a lot of different things. And if there’s one thing I’ve noticed that seems to […]