6 Encouragements for the Single Christian:

According to a 2020 Pew Research study, 41% of adult Americans 18-21 are single, which the study defines as “not married or living with a partner or in a committed romantic relationship”. Christians are not immune. While we would define singleness differently (those who are not married) the number of unmarried adults in the ChristianContinue reading “6 Encouragements for the Single Christian:”

Seven Books Every Christian Should Read in College

I recently asked a student, who is a fairly new believer, what Christian books he has been reading. He replied that he was not much of a reader. This surprised me. This young man had gained a great deal of knowledge about his faith in a relatively short period of time. So I asked himContinue reading Seven Books Every Christian Should Read in College

How to Make Lifelong Friends in College

We all want to be known and loved. Many of us know someone who has maintained certain friendships over the span of time. Perhaps you have an uncle who still talks to his army buddies ten years out, or your parents still keep in touch with college friends from twenty years ago. I often lookedContinue reading How to Make Lifelong Friends in College

Winter Break and the Challenge of Home

I had a weird relationship with the concept of “home” in college. As I approached the end of a semester, I found myself longing to go back “home” to my parents’ house for break. I looked forward to the familiarity, the family, and the rest. However, after some time at my parents’ house, I wouldContinue reading “Winter Break and the Challenge of Home”

Why You Have to Share the Gospel to Share the Gospel

We had an awesome plan. My roommates and I were juniors in college and had just moved into a townhouse. We were excited about everything. New house, new school year, and new neighbors. In this excitement we decided that we wanted to make sure we were good witnesses of the gospel to our neighbors withContinue reading Why You Have to Share the Gospel to Share the Gospel

To the Concerned Parent of a College Freshman

What a whirlwind this week has been for you! You’ve planned for months, running through the list of essentials and packing up those extra-long sheets, posters, and bed raisers, only to make numerous trips to Walmart during move-in. You finally realized there were no more errands to run to finalize the dorm room and noContinue reading “To the Concerned Parent of a College Freshman”