As a proud Michigander, I often think that I am well equipped to handle odd weather. Grand Rapids, my hometown, is situated mere miles away from Lake Michigan, and with that comes round after round of heavy lake effect snow every winter. Along with that snow we also will get random weekends of 60 degree weather, often in December or January.
So it’s Valentine’s Day, you don’t have a significant other, and you don’t know what to do.
“Leading with courage is hard. But I’m going to do it with the Lord beside me, behind me, and in front of me.”
When I was but a wee freshman in the fall of 2015, I was starting to get overwhelmed by my 14 credit hours. I was getting stressed and depressed, which poured right into the anxiety I had already been feeling about my choice of major. I wasn’t very mentally equipped... View Article
I’m not gonna lie, going into this Missions Conference, I was a bit skeptical. Actually a lot more than a bit: I was very skeptical. After all, right now I’m pretty sure I’m not called to full-time missions, so what would be the point of all of it? I probably... View Article
We’re just a couple days into the new year, and I’d say it’s already time for a throwback to one of the best events of 2018: Campus Christmas Open Dorms!
Hello. I’m Valerie. (A pretty boring intro I know, but I have to start somewhere).
As a child, I was enchanted by the wonderful world contained within the Chronicles of Narnia.
“Darkest Hour” is a movie that came out last year and was produced in the United Kingdom, the land of the royal family and of incredibly odd politics.
The chapel was an encouraging time, featuring interviews with a few students who went on short- and long-term trips through Cedarville’s Global Outreach.