I had a hard time thinking about saying goodbye at first. Then I started thinking of all the wonderful ways that already exist to say goodbye, thank you, see you later, I will take my experiences with me, remember when, let's meet again, so long, farewell, etc.: Star Trek: The Next Generation "All Good Things..." … Continue reading All Good Things…
The more that I work with people, the more that I realize we all have something in common...we all are looking for others to love us. We all need at least that one person in our lives who is going to love us no matter what we do, who we are, or how we try to … Continue reading Love Lifts Up
College is hard. As a student when you first start, you realize that you aren't as on top of things as you thought you were in high school where you finally started to figure out the system as a senior. Now you're in a new place, with new people, new systems, new expectations, and much more freedom than you are used to having.
Emma Claire says, "As a senior in high school, my list of college requirements covered available majors, regional temperature, and proximity to a city, but made no mention of religious life. Seeking out a Christian community wasn't on my radar, and I didn't even know American University was Methodist affiliated until I was moved into my freshman dorm. How do I reconcile that with the fact that just this week I spent a total of 17 hours in church and church-related activities, not counting the six hours spent in religious studies classes and the time spent reading theology books for fun?"
Angela says, "A lot of fuss is made about the “lack” of religion on college campuses. College campuses are stereotypically thought of as hotbeds for atheism, doubting, and just about every vice imaginable. And while there’s some truth to this, this is definitely not the full picture."