Congratulations to the Radandts on the publication of their story. It’s just possible it may lend encouragement in our own uncertain days.
Phil Meredith (’56) writes, “My wife Pat and I are now retired, living at Shell Point Retirement Community. At the present we are in northern Wisconsin at our summer cottage. We spend 4 months in Wisconsin and 8 months in Ft. Myers, Florida. We get together with a couple alumni from King’s which is enjoyable. I […]
The King’s College is pleased to welcome Tim Gibson as Executive Vice President and Director of the Center for Leadership Development. Gibson brings his considerable experience in the U.S. military to his new role.
A review of how the faculty and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
A team of ten King’s students traveled with a staff member to Shanghai, Hangzhou and Beijing to meet Chinese university students, give presentations on cross-cultural topics, and even engage informally with Chinese people and culture by serving in a soup kitchen.
The King’s College was pleased to host Dr. Dean Zimmerman, one of the most influential Christian philosophers of our day, for a lecture on cosmological arguments for the existence of God.
“We decided to develop a philosophy major at King’s because we believe that we can offer a unique experience in philosophy,” said Dr. Joshua Blander, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at King’s.
What does a college do with itself during the summer?
Steve French graduated from Northeastern Bible College in 1980 with a major in theology. We spoke with Steve to learn about his work in leadership development, and how Northeastern contributed to his understanding of faith and work.
For Christians, a pilgrimage to the Holy Land is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to understand the story of the Jewish people, and to trace the steps of the biblical narrative of creation, fall, redemption and restoration.