Devotional

By Sarah Coleman

As a college student, I always liked kicking my summers off with a good lie to myself. It would start each May just as finals were coming to a close. I would make big plans for my ideal summer full of rest.

By Taylor Brooks

Anyone else coming into Summer already feeling nervous about a Summer job, internship, or next school year? For me, entering into this Summer feels like entering into a new, nerve-wracking season.

By Catherine Elder

As the days have been getting longer recently, I’m more aware this year than I have been in a while of the opportunities that summer brings to grow my relationship with God. Hear me out, I know I have time for that regardless of how much daylight we get. But in summer, my days just feel lighter.

By Taylor Brooks

What does all of this mean for us as we prepare to head back to campus though? How do we incorporate the things we’ve learned about our faith into our lives in our Greek chapters? How do we be Greek AND Christian?

By Dusty Harrison

Do you ever wake up and lack the motivation to work out? That is me most days! What about your relationship with God? Do you ever struggle with motivation to continue taking steps to grow? If so, you are not alone.

By Ashley Gordon

Raise your hand if you struggle with indecisiveness and the unknowns of the future... *** immediately raises both hands***…

By Joshua Brooks

I'm a worrier and I'm pretty sure I always have been. Growing up it was common for me to hear phrases like, "Josh, don't be such a worry wart" or "all you can do is your best, and let God handle the rest."

By Sarah Coleman

During Jesus' ministry, he heals a lot of people. You could randomly open to a page in any of the four gospels and find at least one story about how Jesus heals the blind, the lame, or the leper.

By Josh Majeski

As 2019 was rapping up and 2020 began, my life felt like a series of punches to the gut. 

By Taylor Brooks

Summer has always been one of my favorite times of year. Sure, it can get unbearably hot and the sun can be unforgiving, but it’s a much needed break from the monotony of the school year.

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