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.
It is with great sadness that The King’s College received the news that Dr. Kenneth A. Christiansen, former professor of business at King’s, passed away on January 17, 2020 at the age of 92.
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.”
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
We are not the bread that feeds the hungry. Rather, like John the Baptist, we are a fellow beggar, who has found the bread of life and can now point others to it.
Meet some of our internship-holding students and learn about the important work they are doing in New York City.
‘Christ and The Kingdoms of Men’ and ‘Francis Bacon’ both tackle the problems of “how to preserve the good in modernity and overcome its evils,” Innes says.
On November 21, organizers of a proposed Center for the Study of Christianity and the Black Experience held a reception and dinner to introduce their proposal.
Carol Meisky (’42) died peacefully in her sleep on Oct. 31, 2019, and a book by Phil Hopkins (’95) on Christianity and Iran will be published with Palgrave Macmillan next year.
This semester, the Media, Culture, and the Arts program at The King’s College presented ‘Songs For A New World,’ written by Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown.