In this short reflection, Rebekah Straw shares about a childhood experience of hers and a lesson learned regarding work ethics and earning money.
Are you reading your Bible as the main source of strength in your life, or is it solely for encouragement in the hard times? In this spiritual reflection, Rebekah Peters shares her own struggle and growth in the way she approaches the Word of God and encourages us to do the same.
On Friday, students in Reading the World and Looking for God acted out a play they wrote. The play was about various Greek gods discussing their emotional and relational issues with a psychiatrist.
Corban's partnership with Mars Hill will end on Dec. 31. Dr. Greg Trull and Dr. Matt Lucas discuss the situation and how the pieces will be picked up.
Jessica Snook shares about the struggle of letting go of control in her life, giving her life and plans to God and experiencing freedom through this.
The focus of Wednesday's chapel was Veterans Day. Here are photos, taken by Rebekah Straw, showing what took place.
Did you miss the exciting events held during Corban Experience weekend? You're in luck! Check out this video created by Haley Meili and Emily Brown to see what you missed! Photo Credit: Kristin Aalto and Rebekah Peters
Unicycling isn't a word often heard, nor is it a hobby often witnessed. A few of Corban's unicycling residents discuss their unique hobby with the bicycle's lesser-known sibling.
Ever wondered what your professors were like in their undergraduate years? In an interview, Dr. Tennant shares her undergraduate experience at Ohio State University during the 1970's, where she majored in English.
Corban Experience is coming up quickly (Nov. 9, 10) and students are still needed to host experiencers. Haley Meili shares about her own experiences at this event in past years and the impact her own host had on her.
In this short essay, Rachel Baugh reflects on World Outreach Week and shares insights on how Christians can have a worldwide impact from here at home.