When faced with difficulty, Evelyn Stetzer (MCA ’18) is learning to ask, “How am I going to worship through this?” rather than, “How can I control this situation?”
Alex Andreyev (BUS ’09) sees the hardships he’s faced early in life and in his digital advertising career as opportunities to grow. Rather than prompting despair, difficulty has made him all the more eager to lift up others.
Drawing from his own experiences trying to grasp the love of God amidst his own fear and sin, Jonathan Clark (PPE ’12) now seeks to make the message of the gospel accessible to college students.
Four years out of college, Seth Parks knows he’s still young. But he’s come to embrace the time that it takes to become an excellent filmmaker—and to live a meaningful life.
Erin Miller (PPE ’07) says the challenges of a career in television and a growing family have paled in comparison to the unexpected blessings in her life.
Jake Dinsmore’s (PPE ’14) willingness to respect those with differing opinions has proved invaluable in his work as an associate producer at Fox News.
“It is very tempting to focus only on myself,” says Aizess Jones (MCA ’19). “But as a Christian, I am called to love my neighbor as I love myself and to put them first.”
Cindy Watson (’65) and her husband Chris (’68) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, and Dr. Joseph H.G. Wint (’68) published Secrets of a Happy Marriage: Fifty Years of Love.
The King’s College is pleased to announce the King’s student cabinet for the 2019-20 school year.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.