On November 6, The King’s College and Princeton University’s James Madison Program co-sponsored a panel discussion to explore the revival of anti-Semitism in Europe.
In 2002, Grzegorz (Greg) Grabowski moved from Poland to New York City to study at King’s. Greg has since returned to Poland and serves as a director of production for a sweets firm.
Laurie Eccleston (’82) will graduate with a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.
On Tuesday November 7, The King’s College sponsored a debate on the merits of free markets featuring R.R. Reno and Father Robert Sirico.
If you search on one popular Christian retailer’s website for “But as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD (Joshua 24:15b),” you will quickly have 125 items to choose from.
The King’s College will begin offering a new minor in Technology, Innovation, and Design (TID) starting in Fall 2018.
On November 2-4, The King’s Players delivered four performances of The Unusual Tale of Mary and Joseph’s Baby.
As a mother, I try to pray with my children, to read the Bible with them, to talk about God in ordinary conversation throughout the day.
On October 27-28, alumni of The King’s College and Northeastern Bible College reconnected with one another and with the College at Homecoming 2017.
On October 27, Alissa Wilkinson was selected to join the prestigious New York Film Critics Circle.