Angie Knight discusses the lessons she's learned at the toaster in the dining hall.
"50 Shades of Grey" was released on Valentine's Day weekend and the mountains of articles that quickly followed almost broke the Internet. Jordin Lineback addresses the negative attacking of this movie and how it's possible that that could be more harmful than the movie itself.
A student describes the inspiration she has found through people who have persisted through poverty and stayed true to their faith.
At a time of busyness and uncertainty, a student reflects on a high school acquaintance's recent death.
Angie Knight discusses what she learned during her time at the Breakaway Retreat.
During the Christmas season, Rebekah Peters fills in as one of Santa's elves at Alpenrose Dairy. While hanging out with kids and wearing curly-toed shoes was expected, what wasn't expected was the amount of spiritual growth she experienced while taking pictures in Santa's workshop.
Nathan Messmer discusses having a preferred worship style different from what was expressed at his home church.
A student reflects on how the symbols of rain and manna are present in contemporary college students' lives.
Katrina Aman discusses why giving should be encouraged instead of tithing.
Rebekah Straw addresses joy in this short article, claiming that it's really not as far away as we might think in the midst of our trials. She encourages us to seek God and find the joy he provides every day.