The transfiguration of Jesus gives me hope, patience, and a mission. Hope that—just like the disciples—it’d take God’s voice breaking through the clouds on a mountain for me to actually start listening to what Jesus had been trying to tell me for years.
On February 15, Dr. Paul Mueller delivered a lunchtime lecture on his book, ‘Ten Years Later: Why the Conventional Wisdom about the 2008 Crisis is Still Wrong.’
On February 19 and 20, Dr. Joshua Blander and the Society of Christian Philosophers hosted philosophy professor and author Dr. Christian Miller for a series of lectures and workshops at King’s.
Only our imaginations can help us to see other people, including our enemies, the way Jesus wants us to see them—exactly as valuable, complicated, needy, and fully alive as ourselves.
VettNews, a digital startup headed by several faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College, was selected to participate in this spring’s NYC Media Lab Combine.
The one-act musical narrated the efforts of six elementary school-aged contestants striving to prove their worth at a local spelling bee, providing sensitive insights into the pandemonium of pre-adolescence.
Genuine trust in God, trust that is both confessed and lived, brings with it a deeper kind of freedom—the freedom from anxiety during our “year of drought,” the freedom from fear when “the heat comes,” the freedom to bear fruit.
Bailey addressed themes of colorblindness, culture-blindness, and power-blindness, which have been ingrained in America since its founding.
We are despicable creatures of the earth, but God extended his grace to us and allows us to not dwell on how low we are, but on what we can become and what we can do.
This year, 166 individuals volunteered with four local ministries from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., making this one of largest Days of Service yet.