Spiritual Formation

By Neal Samudre

College has been seriously misrepresented.

With my conception of college horribly twisted by the media, I prepared my convictions like a soldier preparing for war. 

By Steve Tamayo

Do you know that it’s possible to keep doing work for God without ever noticing you’ve abandoned your relationship with him?

By Keith Sun

It happens to all of us, regardless of whether we’re in school or in the working world. I’m talking about sloth, one of the infamous “seven deadly sins” (and for good reason!).

By Jaryd Regner

As a rising senior at Rutgers University in New Jersey, I believe everything that’s happened during college, good and bad, has happened for a reason. God has never made a mistake. 

By Steven Grahmann

“Can my faith survive college?”

Whether or not you’ve said this out loud, it’s a question a lot of future college freshmen are asking this month as they think about leaving home for the first time and stepping onto campus in a few short weeks. 

By Darlington Mushambi

It was a simple enough question. “Would you like me to buy you one?” The thing in question was an official Urbana 12 T-shirt. It would be a keepsake for me from what had so far been an amazing experience in a foreign land at a great conference. 

By Anonymous

I look like a pretty typical Christian girl. I grew up in a Christian family like most of my friends involved in campus ministries. My parents were missionaries when I was younger. I’m pretty sure I held the Sunday school record for flipping to the correct book of the Bible the fastest. And by the time I began college I had already been on two mission trips.

By Amy Hauptman

Today we celebrate freedom as a nation. But how are we to view freedom as Christians?


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