“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!”

II Corinthians 5:17
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School year "Made New"

School year “Made New”

A summary of the 2015 Convocation ceremony and includes students' reactions and thoughts on the event and this academic year's theme.
Corban welcomes freshmen class of 2019

Corban welcomes freshmen class of 2019

Corban welcomes the class of 2019 at orientation weekend.
Praying Hide and Seek

Praying Hide and Seek

A student describes the difficulty she had trying to engage in personal devotions around campus.
Golf Tournament to raise support, encourage community

Golf Tournament to raise support, encourage community

The Warrior Classic Golf Tournament is scheduled for July 24. Here's more information on the exciting event.
Public Servants: Christianity and Politics

Public Servants: Christianity and Politics

A students reviews the content from chapel on March 9 concerning the relationship between Christianity and politics.
4 Things you shouldn't do at Spring Formal

4 Things you shouldn’t do at Spring Formal

Spring Formal is coming up on Sunday. Here are four things you shouldn't do to so everyone can have a fun, clean and enjoyable experience!
Chapel podcasts now available

Chapel podcasts now available

For the first time ever, Corban is recording chapel messages and posting them as podcasts online, giving the community access to the inspiring messages even after the fact.
Crispy M&M's are back!

Crispy M&M’s are back!

Like so many others across the country, Rebekah Peter's week was made with the re-release of Crispy M&M's. Read this delightful essay, and then go find yourself a bag of that delicious, crunchy goodness!
Love at first toast

Love at first toast

Angie Knight discusses the lessons she's learned at the toaster in the dining hall.
Persistence: Faith in the face of poverty

Persistence: Faith in the face of poverty

A student describes the inspiration she has found through people who have persisted through poverty and stayed true to their faith.
The matter with opinions

The matter with opinions

"Maybe the co-exist people are right. Maybe there is a simpler solution to the world’s problems. We need to remove opinions — the divisive ones, at least." In this satirical essay, Heather Karle addresses the concept of tolerance and how this can be dangerous.
Breakaway Reflection: Dealing with uncertainty

Breakaway Reflection: Dealing with uncertainty

Angie Knight discusses what she learned during her time at the Breakaway Retreat.