Monthly Archives: April 2013

A Time to Scatter Stones, and a Time to Gather Them

“There is a time for everything . . . a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them” (Ecc. 3:1a, 5a). The American culture doesn’t care for verses like this. We’re always looking for closure, always moving ahead, … Continue reading

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One Purpose

It was late morning when Michael Mortensen and I walked down the sidewalk leading from the Lillian Rolf House, past the old Lehmen Library to the Eicher Student Commons, now owned by The Summit, a collaborative learning community. A small … Continue reading

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Meet the Volunteers

The Resource Center was a busy place Thursday afternoon. Four volunteers, Bill g69 & Sharon (Walter) g67 Hull, Jan (Schumacher) Logan g68, and Dr. Jay Platte g69 were hard at work all afternoon. I popped around to see what they … Continue reading

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The Global Kingdom of God

Spring break wrapped up on Monday, and students all around me are still talking about the Taylor World Outreach (TWO) short-term missions trips they took last week. From Daytona Beach to Spain, teams of students and faculty spread across the … Continue reading

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