Our Second Education: Life in the Local Church

2 May

Reblogging an article I wrote on the Areopagus page…

Areopagus Campus Ministry

As exam week looms ahead, colleges and universities across the country prepare to close the books on another year. Likewise, students, after months of lectures, studying and exams, are more than ready to do the same.

I hope it has been a fruitful academic year. I hope it has been a year in which some have emerged from the freshman fog with a clear vision for their future studies and careers. I hope it has been a year in which students have grown not only in knowledge, but also in the application of that knowledge in ways that will benefit our country and the world. Finally, I hope that for Christian students, it has been a year of maturity in understanding the interconnectedness of their faith and academia—their calling as Christians as well as their calling as students, and one day, workers, in numerous fields.

Another year of study comes…

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