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How Death Changes Life

I recently read an article that the anecdotal evidence that the 2017-2018 flu season has been one of the worst in recent memory is backed up statistically. As I thought about this, it brought to mind the many lessons that illness can teach us. Illness, whether it is caused from outside our bodies or inside ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week – Jeannette Hann

Jeannette is a third year applied math major who enjoys baking, watching movies, crocheting, playing monopoly, and running. I grew up in a Catholic home where my mom especially made an important place in her life for faith and she put effort into teaching me about God, Jesus, the saints, and the Catholic church. By ... continue reading

Work Heartily as to The Lord

Written by Elkana Chan We spend a lot of our time on this earth working; I feel easily preoccupied by it and spend a lot of time thinking about it too. It seems that there is constantly more to do. I often fear, and sometimes even despair, How am I going to do all the ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week – Jeremy Tran

Jeremy is a second year statistics major who enjoys reading, napping, playing guitar, wearing sweaters with polos, and trying to understand cultural references. Before I was saved, I was stuck in a life of pride and selfishness. Even though I grew up in the church and was praised as a good kid who said the ... continue reading

Does God Hear our Prayers?

Written by Jesse Fenn Does God hear our prayers? Whether you’ve grown up in church or you’ve never stepped foot in a church, you know that the answer of the Bible is a resounding yes. But perhaps a better question is “How does God hear our prayers?” I live on a busy street, so I ... continue reading

To Love as He Loves

  Written by Victoria Ng The word “Christian” means “little Christ.” We, who follow Jesus, desire to be more like Him, to reflect Him and give Him all the glory. John 14:15 says, “those who love God will keep His commandments” and in the gospels, Jesus gave us a new commandment, “to love one another ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Rachel Lin

Rachel is a third year biology major who loves cows (they’re cute and also delicious), Narnia, dancing, and that really cute walking kinesin protein!   I was born into a Christian family, going to church every Sunday, raised on gospel children’s songs, Vacation Bible School, and John 3:16. I prayed the sinner’s prayer at an ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Nathan Chau

  Nathan Chau is a first year Peach player in Smash, second year mechanical engineering student, third year movie actor wannabe, fourth year volleyball fan, and nineteenth year germaphobe. I grew up attending various Roman Catholic churches near San Francisco that shaped my spiritual beliefs for the first eighteen years of my life. I believed ... continue reading

Do I Love God?

Written by Joe Wan Do I love God? As Christians, we should often ask ourselves this question to examine our hearts and see whether we are in the faith. Scripture commands us to examine and test ourselves to determine whether or not we are believers (2 Cor. 13:5). This is important because it is possible ... continue reading

Celebrating Dort

written by A C In case you missed it, last year marked the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. It was half a millennium ago when Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the doors of the Wittenberg church and galvanized the effort to recover the true gospel of Jesus Christ from the clutches of ... continue reading