The next Lunch n’ Learn will be in February

Payton Clark, News Editor Technology has become an important part of the daily lifestyle of students everywhere, and with it back and neck pain. Monday Nov. 13, the RAWC hosted the last Lunch ‘N Learn luncheon of the semester. The event taught students about making healthy, daily lifestyle habits related to posture and back pain. … Continue reading The next Lunch n’ Learn will be in February

IBC Shawnee celebrates 100 years

Anna Dellinger, Features Editor Three church campus locations, thousands of members and 100 years later, Immanuel Baptist Church of Shawnee still stands as a testimony of God’s faithfulness. IBC will be celebrating its 100 year anniversary as a church with three special services this Nov. 18 and 19. Associate Pastor Mark Wright has served at IBC … Continue reading IBC Shawnee celebrates 100 years

Mya’s Weekly Insight: The cycle of life, how Christians should respond

Mya Hudgins, Faith Editor  There are 195 countries, 7 continents, 7 seas, estimated about 6,909 languages, roughly 4,200 religions, and somewhere between 11,500 and 16,000 different people groups in this world. It’s crazy to think about how you and I are just one of billions of people on this earth. We won’t even know a … Continue reading Mya’s Weekly Insight: The cycle of life, how Christians should respond

John Piper’s testimony discusses interracial relations 

Jonathan Soder, Assistant Faith Editor Though produced in 2011, John Piper’s video testimony regarding his personal battle against racism still offers insights to families seeking to address the topic from a Christian worldview amidst today’s political and social atmosphere.  “One of the great sorrows of my life, and one of the reasons I love the … Continue reading John Piper’s testimony discusses interracial relations