The Catechism: Peering into the Future
by Rev. David Petersen
Need some counsel on life, love and faith? Check out this issue's insanely fabulous advice.
by Rev. Marcus Zill
Sailing on uncharted waters to college this fall? Prepare for the journey with some advice from a campus pastor.
Never a Dull Moment
by Rick Baue
What is college life really like? Rick Baue does undercover work to find the skinny on what college students do in their free time.
Choosing a College: What Are Your Priorities?
by Joanna Veith
Which college to attend can be a life-changing decision. Instead of relying on glossy flyers from the admissions office, search for a great congregation where your faith can be nourished during college years.
Living in Christ on Campus
by Prof. John T. Pless
College years are not a time to put your Christian life in storage but instead can be time for growth in the knowledge of Jesus.
War Is Hell
by Rev. Scott E. Stiegemeyer
The common phrase "war is hell" describes the horror of the battlefield. But is war as bad as hell gets?
God Armeth the Patriot
by Kathryn Ann Hill
Does God give special blessings to war heros? A Scottish hero's story helps us ponder faith and patriotism.
Role-Playing in the Heavenlies: How Giving Up Dungeons and Dragons Turned Me into a Nerd
by Rev. Daniel Woodring
Are demons lurking behind role-playing games? Rev. Daniel Woodring reflects on spiritual warfare and the victory of the conquering Christ.
What I Thought I Knew
by Rev. Dr. Kent Heimbigner
An ex-Mormon describes the lure of the cults and the saving grace of Jesus Christ for those who stray.
The World of Cults and the Occult
by Rev. Larry Nichols
What are the marks of a cult? What are different types of occult practices? Rev. Larry Nichols defines the basics, while focusing on God's Word for direction.