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This week on the podcast, Alison & guest host Becky talk with Gabe, Delta Upsilon from SDSU, and Sarah, Delta Gamma from Indiana State. They’re talking all about how to talk with your brothers/sisters about your faith and lifestyle decisions. They’re asking the question, how do I talk about my relationship with God and not make it weird?

While there is a lot of room to give practical advice in this area, we also know that this is commonly turned into an area of shame within Christian culture. There is no shortage of do’s and don’ts on this topic and we really love that this episode of the podcast is story-based, not a one-size-fits-all how-to. We hope it helps you consider your story and how you can invite God to be a part of it! Listen in as Mark, Depauw University & Delta Upsilon alumni, shares his story with us.

It’s a familiar question for most Greeks - how do I navigate the drinking culture in Greek life? Tori Castek, Greek IV staff and Purdue Kappa Alpha Theta alumna, joins us and shares what this looked like for her. Here are the basics - if you resonate with any of it, be sure to listen to the episode!

The question we’ve been asking in this part of the season is: Where is God in pledging and how should we approach it as Christians and followers of Jesus? This week on The Greek and Christian Podcast, we’re talking about hazing. We know this is a heavy topic, but we also know it’s an important one to talk about!

This week on The Greek and Christian Podcast we’re starting a segment all about God and Pledging. We know the pledging process is different for everyone. If you are just starting the pledging process - or will later this year - this is tailored to you. We hope this devotional helps you dive in a little deeper and think about what this story could mean for you.

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 Olivia Greiwe

Before you read on, close your eyes and take a deep breath. To help us understand our passage today, we’re going to start by stepping back in time to first century Jerusalem.

By Catherine Elder

Let’s talk about family. Maybe you recently arrived home for the summer. Maybe you’ve been back home for a while. Or maybe you’re staying with friends who feel like family for the next couple months.

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.

By Joshua Brooks

"Joy to the world" and "Rejoice, Rejoice" are common lyrics in our ears around this time of year. Many can relate to that joyful feeling of unwrapping gifts as a kid or making Christmas treats with loved ones, but these moments are quick and the happiness doesn't last.

By Taylor Brooks

The end of each semester is often a time of reflection- did the semester go well, what could have gone better, what are changes to make for next semester? 

By Joshua Brooks

Have you ever had to inherit a legacy or take over a project that you felt was bigger than you or required someone stronger, smarter, or better than anything you could bring to the table? 

By Taylor Brooks

I don’t know about you, but when I’m invited to lead something or work on something that’s new to me, I can freeze up a little. I feel honored and excited to try something new

By Josh Majeski

During the month of November, we'll be exploring God's promises in the Old Testament. As we approach Thanksgiving, it's good for us to remember all that God will fulfill his promises to us!

By Alison Smith

The first Tuesday of November. Election Day. If you’re a student in college, this is most likely the first presidential election that you are able to vote in. It’s exciting, right? But also intense. 

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