When someone hurts my feelings, I never forget the hurt or the hurter. It takes a divine generosity for me to get over myself and to forgive.
On September 7-9, over 400 students from The King’s College went to the beautiful, wooded Camp Iroquois Springs in Rock Hill, N.Y., for the annual Fall Retreat.
King’s recently hosted Dr. Bruce Caldwell, a leading expert on economist and philosopher F. A. Hayek.
In August, fine artist Nicora Gangi lent five paintings to The King’s College for use in the 2017-2018 academic year.
This week’s liturgy is contributed by Professor Chris Cragin-Day, assistant professor of writing and theater.
Dr. Dru Johnson offers this week’s teaching about our personal lives in community from Romans 12.
The King’s College is pleased to announce a new program housed under The Center for the Study of Human Flourishing: the Israeli-Palestinian Pathways to Peace program.
Each Monday at noon (excluding holidays), students, faculty, and staff will have the opportunity to gather together to eat lunch and listen to scripture read by members of the King’s community.
King’s will join a group of 150 college and university journalism programs internationally that receive training and support that Google has developed for professional newsrooms.
What are you willing to do in order to serve and obey God? In particular, are you willing to lie?