Stefan Hinkley models after the writing style of that in CS Lewis’ “The Screwtape Letters,” in which letters are written from the perspective of Satan. Read here to see Hinkley’s own Screwtape letter.
In this weeks student testimony Katrina Aman shares how the world’s view of love is skewed and how God’s love is the only love sufficient enough to complete us.
Abby Gallaway shares her testimony about her struggle with forgiving someone who damaged her heart, and how God brought her through.
In this week’s student testimony, a Corban sophomore shares about her battle with self-image and finding her value in God and not her dad.
Professor Colette Tennant shares her hope that students will learn to live in a “bigger kingdom” by taking full advantage of God’s abundance
In this week’s student testimony, senior Esther Gallaway shares about her four and a half year long battle with anorexia and how God pulled her out of it and closer to Him.
Katrina Aman reflects on how Corban has changed her over the course of the semester.
Corban alumnus Sarah Seibert reflects on the meaning of love while doing her best to show God’s love to the children in Indonesia.
One of the greatest lies a Christian girl can tell herself is: “I can change him. I can bring him to the Lord.” That was a lie I fooled myself into believing.
If someone were to approach you on campus and ask you what religion you attested to, it’s safe to speculate that all Corban students would claim to be a Christian. But for 30 or so Christians in Northeastern Nigeria, this simple proclamation was the last thing they said before being viciously murdered.