Category Archives: University students

Worship Video

Check out the video that they played last night at Navs to prepare for worship:
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Challenges and Opportunities

As the culture moves further from God, we have an even greater opportunity live out the identity Jesus assigned when he said,…. Continue reading

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Confusing faith and science

When teachers suggest that the science of evolution leads to the philosophy of naturalism, they give students the misleading impression that the science of evolution offers more than it is capable of telling us. Continue reading

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Faith in the Science Department

Many young people attending universities assume that there professors are right when they stretch science into philosophy and suggest that it is an evidenced-based path to a strictly material understanding of the universe. Continue reading

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Dispel the myth about the First Amendment

  Our Sunday News recently asked me to be a voice to balance the weekly columns of the assistant editor. He generates the most reader response for the paper but writes from more of a left-side, liberal perspective (labels I am … Continue reading

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Campus Ministry Resources

For more than 27 years, my pastoral ministry has been in a University town. I love interaction with students and faculty! But those who follow Christ in a university context face some significant challenges. This is why I am always looking for … Continue reading

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Using resentment and envy to win the Presidency

I was recently interviewed by a University student as a project for his class on diversity. I told him how thankful I am that I don’t have any inclination to view people as better or worse based on race or … Continue reading

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