To My Church
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Posted May 8th 2016 @ 12:01 PM by Christy Bondurant

To My Church,


I’ve chosen a path that’s different than what many Apostolics take. I’ve chosen to get a college degree. This is not a decision I’ve taken lightly. There were many days I spent in prayer about it. God has provided the funding. God has opened the doors. I know I must …

The Case For The New Testament: Is The New Testament Really Inspired Scripture?
Keywords: Develop
Posted April 3rd 2016 @ 7:50 PM by Andy Alexander

This article began as an answer to a question from a student in my campus ministry Bible study group about the nature of the New Testament books and their status as inspired Scripture. It has morphed over the past week, through much study and research, into what will become a series of posts about the validity of the New Testament Scriptures. In this first …

Are you dead yet?
Keywords: Develop
Posted November 20th 2015 @ 1:30 PM by Mike McGurk

Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet?


The phrase that drains the driver’s sanity every time a passenger mentions it on a road trip is ... "Are we there yet?  It is so overused on every long distance journey that a  movie has been made about  it. The fact of the matter is that the passengers would rather skip the …

The Areopagus of the 21st Century, But Where is Paul?
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Posted October 27th 2015 @ 12:01 AM by Kenneth Leow

"The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.”

-Abraham Lincoln


The resounding statement of Lincoln has foreshadowed our colleges and universities today. Imagine, your classmate you interact with in Statistics-101 might be the next president or policy maker of a country in 20 years!


In 1993, Jenny witnessed to Bobby, then a college student at …

The Next Great Awakening
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Posted October 5th 2015 @ 10:00 PM by Holly Doerflinger

In the early 1700s, Jonathan Edwards was pastoring a small congregation in Northampton, MA. Edwards wrote that the town experienced a “degenerate time with dullness of religion… The young people [were] addicted to night walking, tavern drinking, lewd practices and frolics among the sexes for the greater part of the night… Family government did too much fail in the town…Community leaders were locked in bitter disputes.” This sounds all too similar …

Does God Exist? Are You Sure? (part 4/4)
Keywords: Develop, Apologetics
Posted July 17th 2015 @ 8:50 AM by Andy Alexander

Who Is God?


Now that we have shown that an eternal Creator exists, we must ask the question: What kind of Creator is He? As I mentioned earlier, the effect must resemble the cause. The inverse of that statement is also true. The cause must resemble the effect. Therefore, we ought to be able to look at …

Does God Exist? Are You Sure? (part 3/4)
Keywords: Develop, Apologetics
Posted July 10th 2015 @ 8:45 AM by Andy Alexander

The Law of Causality

The Law of Causality states that anything that has a beginning must necessarily have a cause. This is also known as cause and effect. This is the very fundamental principle of all science. Science is all about finding cause and effect. Without the Law of Causality, science is impossible. As Francis …

Does God Exist? Are You Sure? (part 2/4)
Keywords: Develop
Posted June 26th 2015 @ 8:40 AM by Andy Alexander

In The Big Bang Beginning

In 1916, Albert Einstein was working on his theory of General Relativity and was making some discoveries that he did not particularly like. If he was right, the universe was not eternal but had a definite beginning. Up to that point, most scientists, Einstein included, believed that the universe was, …

Does God Exist? Are You Sure? (part 1/4)
Keywords: Develop
Posted June 12th 2015 @ 8:00 AM by Andy Alexander

The question of the existence of a supreme being has been debated throughout history. Brilliant people exist on all sides of the argument. Recently, the “New Atheists” have launched a full-frontal attack against belief in a deity, and against Christianity in particular. Christians are often considered irrational and delusional. In fact, there are best-selling books based on that very premise. Atheist/agnostic Richard Dawkins …

Dancing on the Shoulders of Giants: Campus Ministry and the Local Church
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Posted May 25th 2015 @ 7:35 PM by Heather Poland

“I pray that you will surpass me, that you will do more than I’ve ever done and that your ministry will go further than mine has ever gone.”

-Rev. Aaron Soto


I can’t tell you how many times I have heard my …