By Joanna Tien, Class of ’18   One small misunderstanding of a seven-letter word can lead to major misconceptions about Christianity and Christian living. When Christians and non-Christians alike hear the word “worship,” their mind may immediately associate that word with musical worship, where religious believers express their devotion and value of their god through […]

By David Johnson, Class of ’20   A couple weeks ago, I was browsing through Reddit, and I saw an interesting meme at the very top of the list of trending posts. Someone shared a Star Wars picture of Leia talking to Luke, in which Leia asks Luke for help after the Death Star attacks […]

By Francine Grace Tan, Class of ’19   “Until I come, devote yourself to the public reading of Scripture, to exhortation, to doctrine. Keep a close watch on yourself and on the teaching… Persist in this, for by so doing you will save both yourself and your hearers.” (1 Timothy 4:13,16).   From Sunday school […]

By Joanna Tien, Class of ’18   In the New Testament, the Christian walk is often compared to a good fight, race, or an act of pressing on toward a goal (2 Timothy 4:7; Hebrews 12:1-2; Philippians 3:13-14). All of these metaphors correctly illustrate the reality that the Christian life is not a life of […]

By Guest Writer   Imagine for a moment that you have just finished an entire year in Sunday school studying through the Old Testament. Your teacher has asked the class plenty of questions about the various texts you studied; and while you are grateful your peers are not dead silent, you cannot help but notice […]

By Zoe Reinecke, Class of ’21   Christians and non-Christians alike struggle with the Trinity because they do not fully understand its theological foundation. In today’s political and religious climate of non-tolerance towards Christianity, being able to explain the Trinity is absolutely imperative. Since the word Trinity is not found in the Bible many are […]

By Joanna Tien, Class of ’18   In contemporary society, stories are told in many ways through various media: movies, television shows, novels, musicals, and more. Regardless of whether it is fiction or nonfiction, romantic or horror, action or comedy, stories become popular as long as they leave the audience with a sense of enjoyment […]