November 14, 2019

Help! Northerner lost in the South

When I moved from my home in New Hampshire to South Carolina to start my freshman year at BJU, I thought I was prepared for the […]
October 25, 2019


While visiting the tiny island of Antigua in the Caribbean Ocean, I saw a beautiful country with beautiful people. Bright blue ocean surrounds dazzling white sandy […]
February 21, 2019

Benjamin O. Davis Sr.

Benjamin O. Davis Sr., the first African-American general in the United States Army, was born in Chicago on July 1, 1877. After graduating from Howard University, […]
December 7, 2018

Column 12.7.18

While rewatching How the Grinch Stole Christmas the other day, I was struck by how many good principles are intertwined in the message of this classic […]
November 14, 2018

Plan ahead to eat healthy over Thanksgiving break

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and most of us are looking forward to seeing our families, relaxing a little and eating delicious turkey dinners. How […]
November 14, 2018

Recent grads lead community as entrepreneurs

Imagine your life after college: are you married or single? Did you move back to your hometown or start a life somewhere new? Do you work […]
November 8, 2018

Injuries become catalysts for growth, development

“I did this weird front-flip in the air and heard a loud crack. When I was in the air, I saw my leg kind of snap.” […]
November 2, 2018

‘God’s fingerprints’

“God’s fingerprints are all over our stories—if only we would open our eyes to see them.” Brooklyn Veenstra, a junior health sciences major, said this after […]
October 25, 2018

Discipleship groups foster spiritual growth, mentoring

For 20 minutes three times a week, groups of students gather in their residence halls and have the opportunity to grow closer to each other and […]
October 18, 2018

Column 10.19.18

Having grown up in a Christian home and attended a Christian school, I expected a secular workplace to be filled with persecution. But when I started […]
October 18, 2018

Students gain experience in government and public policy

Ten BJU students will travel to Columbia on Wednesday for the fall session of the South Carolina Student Legislature. The South Carolina Student Legislature enables college […]
October 12, 2018

Seminary restructures to better accommodate students

BJU Seminary has new options for students looking for more flexible paths to graduation. The seminary’s restructuring will allow students to pursue a master’s degree while working […]
October 4, 2018

TD Market offers fun, enriching weekend experience

Fresh produce, handcrafted cheeses, unique plants, beautiful pottery and more—local vendors sell these and all kinds of other amazing products on Main Street at the Saturday […]
September 28, 2018

Public Safety educates students on campus safety

Active shooters on campus. Belongings getting stolen. Fires in buildings. These are some of BJU students’ top concerns regarding safety on campus. In light of the recent […]