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Choosing a Christian College

Are you looking for a Christian college? If so, you have probably noticed there are a lot of colleges with a Christian affiliation. According to the National Center for Education Statistics there are over 800 religiously affiliated colleges, most of which have Christian ties. With so many options, you need some criteria to help you sift through and select a college that is a good fit for you. Define what you mean by “Christian college” One of the first steps…

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Making Your Faith Your Own

Is attending church part of your family tradition? Is church where you find your social niche? If either of those things are true about you, great! However, being friendly to the faith does not necessarily mean you are fully living it out. Have you truly owned your faith, made your faith your own? Do I think about and practice my faith apart from church/youth group? Do I continually seek to challenge myself spiritually (aside from attending church/youth group)? Do I…

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Fostering Your Faith in College

I know what you’re thinking, “I barely find time to foster my faith now, how in the world will I find time to prioritize my faith once I’m in college?!”  Relax and get ready!  One challenge every student faces when starting college is time management.  You can (and will) learn how to manage your personal and class schedules.  In fact, your new-found freedom can be exciting.  In college, you will have more control than you've ever had over what you…

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The Best of the Best in Midwest Christian Colleges

Did you know that many of the top universities in the Midwest have Christian associations? Almost half of the top 20 ranked Midwest Regional Universities by U.S News and World Report have ties to churches. In fact three of these Christian colleges are included in the top 10 - Valparaiso University, Drury University, and University of Evansville. If you are looking for a Christian school, those three are definitely ones to consider. You can also rest easy knowing there are many Christian…

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Why I Chose a Christian College

Most children embrace the faith of their parents. Then, through the maturation process, individuals may further develop or change their inherited spiritual beliefs. I grew up in a protestant, Christian home environment. However, very early in life, I made a personal decision to fully live out the Christian faith. I remained dedicated to the faith throughout childhood, and I put significant effort into developing my spiritual life throughout high school. When time came to plan life after high school, I desired…

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