The Lost Phase of College Preparedness

Written by Benjamin Siegel

In today’s society, education is one of the most important elements of a child, teenager, or young adult’s life. A high school education is the bare minimum of expected education for job-seeking adults. Read more…

Entrusting the Gospel to Faithful Men

Written by Dr. Ted Burleson

An important reminder for those who dedicate their lives to Christian education is Paul’s admonition to Timothy. Entrust the gospel message to faithful men who will be able to share with others (cf. 2 Tim 2:2). Daily at Heritage Christian University, we endeavor to follow Paul’s instruction. Recently, I was reminded of Paul’s principle in a particularly strong way. Read more…

New Words

Written by Dr. Bill Bagents

Every field or discipline tends to have its own specialized vocabulary.  That seems to be one way of differentiating between insiders and outsiders. Sometimes it gets to be quite strange. Read more…

Missing Jesus

Written by Dr. Ed Gallagher

“But he passing through the midst of them went his way.” Read more…

How Was Your Week?

Written by Dr. Bill Bagents

The honest answer recently was, “It’s been five Mondays in a row.”  Two important projects had to be re-done.  A couple of meetings were Alice-in-Wonderland-down-the-rabbit-hole bizarre. Read more…

Becoming a Potent Force: Challenges of the First Century Church – Part 2

Written by Dr. Jeremy Barrier

In the Spring of 2013, I had the opportunity to travel along with several other coworkers to Bangalore, India, where, from April 3–5, we participated in an international seminar that dealt with the topic ‘Building up the Church (Body of Christ) into a Potent Force.’ Over the course of three days, I had the opportunity to speak several times, and this topic (covered in this editorial) was the first topic that I was given. Read more…

Gone

Written by Jamie Cox

“…Whereas you do not know what will happen tomorrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away” James 4:14.

“Be angry, and do not sin: do not let the sun go down on your wrath” Ephesians 4:26. Read more…

Learning to Follow Jesus

Written by Dr. Ed Gallagher

Stanley Hauerwas has said, “We do not fall in love and then get married. We get married and then learn what love requires.” The same point could be made about the Christian life. Read more…

Math Matters

Written by Dr. Bill Bagents

A couple of days before Christmas, a strange news story caught my eye. It seems that 3,200 prisoners were prematurely released in Washington State because someone miscalculated their sentences under a court ruling which mandated that “good behavior” be factored into sentence length. Stunningly amazing, and stunningly human. Read more…