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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

A Heavenly Perspective

written by Alex Mastrolonardo Perspective changes everything. A student may panic from receiving a C+ on their latest exam, but knowing that they’ve already been accepted into their favorite grad school can lessen the blow. A person may freak out at seeing a $500 credit card balance, but knowing that a $2,000 check is coming ... continue reading

Living a Spirit-Filled Life

written by Leiana Barreyro  “You’re just not good enough.” These words, though not often explicitly spoken aloud, can frequently wander through our thoughts and seem to become true the longer they are there. We often try to compensate for these feelings of inadequacies through finding affirmation from others or seeking after temporary joys to distract ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Patrick Yu

Patrick is a second year History major who wishes to pursue a career in dentistry. Outside of class, he enjoys playing mobile games and watching anime/Korean-dramas.   Although I called myself a Christian, I wasn’t much of one when I was younger. On the outside, I seemed like the good kid: I went to church every ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Estelle Yao

Estelle is a second year, pre human biology major. She loves deep conversations and traveling. She is down to try new things…except chocolate! “In returning and rest you shall be saved; in quietness and in trust shall be your strength.” (Isaiah 30:15) God’s master plan of salvation is unfathomable. How amazing it is that I, ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Josephine Wang

Josephine is a fourth year psychology major who wants to seek a career in occupational therapy. During her free time, you can find her jamming out on her ukulele, seizing every opportunity to make a lame pun, and eating every kind of dessert! Growing up, my brother was quite rebellious, he often got suspended from ... continue reading