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What God Can Do!

January 27, 2016

  Music for the Master A picture is worth 1000 words. These young men spent a few years getting to know each other as students in a unique environment in Pottersville, NY. Then they both transferred to continue their education at another Christian university with almost 4,000  students in a... View Article

A “John 13:35” Party

January 21, 2016

What do you use to help you learn? Do you use music? What about food? Maybe your best study aid is your friends? If any one, or all three help you learn, then you could have “learned” a lot at the recent reception for Rev. James D. Parker Sr! 55... View Article

Cross Cultural Internship Helps Answer Vocational Ministry Question

January 14, 2016

During the annual Cedarville Mission’s Conference students attended a meeting to learn about cross cultural internships. Kris Stout, Word of Life Vice President for International Ministries along with Word of Life Missionary, Ryan Williamson, traveled from Pottersville, NY and met with 3 dozen students to discuss  opportunities to serve the... View Article

Conquering The Clock

January 9, 2016

The bowling alley is a fitting location to consider eternity. Everyone lives eternally, somewhere. Knowing you are going to spend eternity with the people you work with yet never really getting to know them is such a loss! In an effort to correct that challenge,  every 45 days or so... View Article

Building Together In The Global Community

December 31, 2015

 Every year we find some time to take a family picture. It is usually so telling. The picture helps you understand who was there, what we wore and how we were feeling at that moment. It’s the kind of picture you go back to many times and see more things... View Article