College is considered the “best years” of a millennial’s life. No parents, no rules, no problem. Nevertheless, as you mature, you begin to realize that there is more to college than parties and booze. Here are five tips that you can add to your daily schedule to manage these years
What would happen if the United States engaged in war using only a bow and arrow?
The answer is obvious.
With nuclear bombs, automatic rifles and state of the art weapons, surely the U.S. would lose the war. However, when it comes to a war ordained by God nothing is impossible. For
by Érica dos Santos Rios
As a foreign student in the United States, one American habit that caught my attention was how common it is for young adults to leave their parents’ house and begin living on their own. Although this habit happens more frequently in Brazil, a majority of Brazilians
P-R-A-Y-E-R- a simple task that allows one to release, request and resonate with God . When preparing for prayer, many believe it is mandatory to fall to your knees and speak in an elegant tone in order for God to acknowledge you, however, that is far from the truth. God is willing to accept
Life as a college student is no joke. From sun up to sun down students are either trapped in their books, studying or trying to make a few dollars at their low income job. For most students, the college life they live today was nothing they imagined. Take Drumline for
Love is patient and kind. Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance. (1 Corinthians 13:4,7 NLT)
L.O.V.E, a four letter word that means so much, yet, is used so freely. The word has become so second nature that it is used for everything,
by Jessica Starks
There are only eleven months left in 2017! Can you believe it?
Every December, I like to pray and really listen to what God wants from me and my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Last year was no different.
After about two weeks of prayer, God placed two
by Erica Dos Santos Rios
This video presents an interview with João Paulo Araujo, which is one of my closest friends in Brazil. He talks about a misconception he had concerning salvation while he was growing up. Having his parents as pastors, he grew up in church and was always busy
by Kymberli Segarra
Abstinence and celibacy are two completely different words with multiple meanings, but they both have one major thing in common--NO SEX! In God calling us to live a pure life until marriage, where do you stand? What box do you fit in? Depending on who you ask,
“It is not for kings, O Lemuel, to guzzle wine. Rulers should not crave alcohol. For if they drink, they may forget the law and not give justice to the oppressed. Alcohol is for the dying and wine is for those in bitter distress. Let them drink to forget their