What can students expect in post-TKC life? Alumni reflect and give advice to graduating seniors.
Dr. Brand’s book launch addressed two questions: How did Rome survive after so many battle defeats? And second, why does it matter to us?
Whole-hearted fasting is a small gift of thanks we can offer the God who has provided so much.
Rear Admiral Barry C. Black (Ret.), the 62nd Chaplain of the United States Senate, will address the 2020 graduating class of The King’s College at its 72nd annual Commencement exercises.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
Somehow in my own faith journey, I’ve come to see that what Anna rejoiced over that day in the temple is what my heart yearns for.
On Saturday, January 25, 159 students, staff, faculty, and alumni of The King’s College participated in the Sixth Annual King’s Day of Service, a day-long initiative to confront the spiritual and material needs of New Yorkers.
JayCee Hoffman (’57) writes with an invitation to an alumni reunion, and Elle Rogers (’19) began a nine-month academic residency with the John Jay Fellows Program.
We’ve been spotlighting a few of the many King’s students who complete internships before graduation. Meet some of our internship-holding students and read what they’ve been learning.
At a climax of despair, I heard Him clearly, “Give up.” I did not invite God into my heart on that day in 1993, I gave up. I said, “OK, if you’re real, then I’m done. I’m ready to be different.”