Janie Stuart interviews a university student to get a window into the “young minds” of today.
20s & 30s
“I never had a negative reaction from telling someone that I would pray for them. In fact, the only reactions I ever got were ones of graciousness and thanks.”
“The church in Korea is so committed to Christian practices. I mean, I like church—I am a seminary student—but when is brunch and football?”
Twice now in the last two years, a group from UPC has gone to a community near Lima, Peru, called Catorce de Febrero. In this community, they have been a part of the ministry of Food for the Hungry, which is doing work in the area of leadership development, of helping people work with questions [...]
The Hills Beyond (formerly known as “the Convergence band”) has put out an album, creatively titled The Hills Beyond, with all original music recorded in UPC’s sanctuary.
There came a day when I realized I had not made any room in my life for faith to actually matter. I didn’t need to depend on anyone but myself, and I was bored.
Seminary’s been known to kill even the strongest faith, but after a year at Seattle Pacific Seminary, Erin says he feels more alive than ever. How does he do it?
By Mark Schuldt Originally posted on Psalms in Purgatory, August 1, 2011. I’m a doer, progress-oriented, and my freakish productivity level is only matched in its magnitude by my self-criticism. I’ve been told this is the “mad genius” flip side to bi-polar disorder. With depression comes a sedentary inability to self-motivate, but with mania comes [...]