Art by Aliya Edwards Before she found a home at Agoura Bible Fellowship, freshman Rachel Stull visited about seven churches but none of them were a perfect fit. “Honestly, the bottom line has been just finding something that feels normal,” Stull said. “There’s been a lot of my suitemates and I just visiting churches and […]
Photo by Katrina Warme Religion is a pretty nebulous idea for most college students, even at a Christian school like Pepperdine. All faith journeys are valid, whether you are firm in your religious views, searching for answers or not interested at all, but I believe that the answers to the search for religious validity can […]
A born-and-raised Church of Christer reflects on how to love a denomination while recognizing its faults.
Photo by Katrina Warme A majority of college students are probably familiar with the term bar hopping, and it is likely that many of them (21 and older, that is) can attest to the advantages (or disadvantages) of staggering from bar to bar, trying different drinks and listening to the varieties of substandard Jukebox tunes. […]
Photo Courtesy of Tanya Cooper The “Domestic Violence in the American Christian Church” research project — created by Professor of Law Tanya Cooper, Assistant Professor of Communication Roslyn Satchel and several other partners — aims to correct the American Christian Church’s attitude toward domestic violence cases and make these institutions effectively assist victims. The study […]
This is a religious article. Enter at your own risk. It was 10:05 a.m. on a Sunday and I didn’t go to church. Gasp — how can I consider myself a student at a Christian school? How dare I miss church! Rain down punishment from heaven upon my guilty, sacrilegious head. Everyone knows that if […]
The chance for transgender rights has come