Instead of viewing suffering as inconvenience, could it actually bring us closer to understanding the suffering of Christ? Read the next Lenten devotional.
Gordon’s Department of Music aims to advance the work of Black composers beyond Black History Month through performances and in-depth studies of the musical styles.
From 1996 until present day, a group of independent researchers have put outdoor orientation programs (OOPs), aimed at helping first-year students transition to college, to the test. En masse, they interviewed 36 trip leaders and 1,581 participants to see not only if they had changed, but to determine how.
When Jemar Tisby gave the final Convocation address of Black History Month, he outlined the three “colors of compromise” that enable racism.
On the second Sunday of Lent, Professor of New Testament Daniel Darko looks to Psalm 121 and the Gospel of Matthew to identify our true source of hope amid fear.
In celebration of La Vida’s 50th anniversary, La Vida Director of Education and Program Development Nate Hausman unveiled two of La Vida’s iconic secret recipes—GORP and Freako Butter.