Faith on the Quad

Fear of Commitment

By Michelle Bauman

I am currently in the process of looking for a new cell phone.  I am eligible for a free upgrade with my current phone plan, and since the battery... (Read more)

I Trust You

By Beth LeDuc

God, I don’t know what to write. I only want to be your instrument. I only want to write your words. Are you not speaking any to me? Is silence... (Read more)
Earlier this month, U.S. President Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. It was a decision that stirred up a great deal of controversy... (Read more)
This weekend I sinned, strayed, fell, whatever the name - I messed up. It was the kind of sin I feel more responsible for than any other. It was... (Read more)

Trusting God’s Timing

By Michelle Bauman

For everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven. (Ecclesiastes 3:1)   I spent last spring studying abroad in Rome. ... (Read more)

God’s spoiled children

By Sean McPherson

While trudging along to a 5:00 p.m. theology class, I was exhausted. The whole week was draining from tests to late night study sessions and the... (Read more)
As the summer comes to a close, students across the country prepare to head back to school. For many, this means returning to a familiar campus,... (Read more)

Trusting in Tough Love

By Beth LeDuc

I’d like to welcome new students to college. Many of you have experienced your first syllabus this month. Boxes are filling your dorm rooms, text... (Read more)
In life, we are constantly faced with challenges and decisions.  How is it possible to know God’s Will when a choice can indelibly change the... (Read more)

Ignorance: Not an Excuse

By Michelle Bauman

Last August, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi caused a stir when she made some questionable statements on Meet the Press.  Pelosi described... (Read more)

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