In her bi-weekly column Kelsey Leavitt shares how God used her time working in the drive-thru to reveal Himself to her. This week Leavitt shares how easily money became an idol and how that realization is changing her for the better.
The price of attendance at Corban recently rose by 4 percent. Read what the school has to say about it here…
In her column, Kelsey Leavitt shares the life lessons she learned while working in the drive-thru. This week, Leavitt shares how God used her bad experience of dating in the workplace to bring her closer to Him.
“I’ve worked in a drive-thru for a good portion of my adult life. I can take your order, make your 10-creams-and 13-sugars coffee, bag your hash browns, and hand out another order all within a minute – skills I’m sure will be most vital in the future…”
Aramark workers and Food Dudes went the extra mile to make orientation weekend a success. By the end of the week, they felt like family.
Several of Corban’s freshmen did some heavy work at a middle school in town this past Tuesday, Aug 28, when the University sent them out to serve the community.
Still searching for a local church to attend? This interactive map may help you find your ‘home away from home church.’
The South Salem High School community rallied during the Salem flood last Thursday to save the neighborhood across from Gilmore Field.
The March 2011 print edition of the Hilltop.
Behind every great man there is a great woman… or at least an encouraging Balyo sister.