I was born with a rebellious streak. The Bible says we are all sinful, and therefore I often have an ongoing struggle to choose God’s way over my way.
Dr. David Corbin will deliver the keynote evening lecture to begin Interregnum XV on April 9.
Melissa McGinnis (’91) became Assistant Director of Admissions at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale, and Sarah Norton (MCA ’16) was accepted to the London School of Economics to pursue a MSc Media, Communications, and Development.
A message from Dean of Students David Leedy about why we close the College for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
ESJC students may now attend The King’s College as visiting students through the New York City Semester program, receiving ESJC course credit.
The performing arts is a competitive place, but King’s students and graduates are finding ways to enter the industry.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
In an interview with Peggy Wehmeyer, New York Times columnist Ross Douthat discussed the challenges of unifying polarized people under one spiritual philosophy.
Kevin (’85) and Lilly Bals celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary this past July and Brian Bell’s (’91) SoCal school is looking for an upper school principal.
A year ago, I went to sleep with what felt like a cold and woke up with the inability to lift my arms and legs. What followed was a few ups and many downs, literal falling downs, and mental and spiritual downs. I never thought that the simple act of removing the lid from my lip balm or walking up the stairs would suddenly become a miracle to accomplish.