The new SLC members have been elected for the 2013-14 academic year. Meet the students who will serve the BJU student body next year.
For the past four years, webcasts have allowed BJU alumni, parents of students, and others who are interested to connect with campus events such as Bible Conference services, Artist Series programs and athletic events, without ever coming on campus.
The intramural badminton championships for both men and women took place last Monday night.
Intramural softball drew to a close on Saturday afternoon in a three-game campus “world series” featuring the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans and the Alpha Omega Lions.
Trial brings lessons of grace: How a heart attack changed Dr. Weier’s lifestyle, taught him about God’s grace
Most of us don’t remember what we did on Aug. 13, 2012. But for Dr. Gary Weier, that day changed his life and showcased God’s grace in many ways.
Although it would’ve been nice for Google to post an Easter-themed doodle, there was a resulting consequence from this story that raises a needed reminder for conservatives and Christians alike.
Learning content in the classroom is one way of preparing for future careers, but nothing can replace hands-on learning. And that’s where internships come into play.
God will guide me up, and when I reach the top and look back, I won’t regret learning to trust Him. I will be better prepared for the next mountain.
James Powell, Laura Morales, Ben Hicks, Anna Humphreys and Joseph Carter answer this week’s Talkback question.
As Christians, we can see the danger of putting athletes on pedestals because we understand man’s sinful condition. Instead of making athletes into role models based on the success of their careers or their popularity, we should appreciate athletes who lead upstanding lives — especially Christian athletes with an unashamed testimony for Christ.