“Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.” [Psalm 150:6] At the beginning of 2018, I was first introduced to the concept of having a word to focus a year around. I learned about this at church, where we were encouraged to choose a word to hang like a banner over the year. Then, over[…]
*Note from the Moderator: As you likely well know by now, we here at the BSU believe our students have been given a variety of spiritual gifts and encourage our students to utilize them. With that in mind, please enjoy our latest post–a poem by our very own Katie Barnes.
Sometimes God makes us climb mountains to teach us a lesson. Those can be mountains of life, like circumstances or struggles you may go through, and sometimes—like in my case—a literal mountain.
Growing up in the Bible Belt, you usually learn a few things about church regardless of your affiliation with it, and there are certain rules we perpetuate whether they’re actually in the Bible or not. One that’s always stuck with me was how I’m supposed to treat my Bible.
*Note from the moderator: Once again, we would like to point out that we at the BSU support the spiritual gifts of our students. That said, please enjoy this poem, written by our very own Corey Davis.*
Note from the moderator: Once again, we here at the BSU encourage our students to utilize all their strengths and talents for the glory of God. With that in mind, please enjoy this poem written by one of our own.
My family has had a saying since before I was born that we share with each other when we want to express the endlessness and unconditionality of our love for one another. It is abbreviated YTTF and means Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Forever.
As scandals spread through every industry in the United States and people in positions of power or honor have their sins brought to light, scandals within the church can leave deep wounds on those that have trusted in leaders and have developed close relationships with people they viewed as spiritual mentors. I believe that[…]