Read the other posts in the Transitions series: Learning to Trust God Through College Applications Thoughts After Graduating Moving In and Settling Down Making Friends in College How I Stay Organized On Tuesday, I completed my first semester of college. That's weird for me to say. I still haven't quite comprehended that I've moved into … Continue reading Transitions: Reflecting on First Semester
I don't talk about my personal life on here all that much, but today I want to share something that happened this past week and the big lessons that I'm learning from it. I'm in the middle of the college application process, and most of you probably don't know that my dream school is Princeton. … Continue reading So I Got Deferred from Princeton This Week.
Classmates shave their heads in solidarity with a sick child. Someone shares their meal with a homeless man on the street. A policeman stops to help a little kid tie their shoe. And the world cries, "Faith in humanity restored!" Even Christians talk this way without even thinking about it. But I think there's a … Continue reading Why Christians Shouldn’t Have Faith in Humanity
On Wednesday we kicked off our back-to-school season here on the blog with How to Love School This Year. Today I want to continue with a related subject: how to deal with opposing cultures and viewpoints in school. This post is geared more toward those who attend a public school, but it can also apply to … Continue reading 5 Ways to Stay Grounded in Truth This School Year