A favorite memory of mine–among many with Dr. King–was his annual Christmas party, my sophomore year at Montreat. We were doing the normal things English majors do at any Christmas party: namely debating and discussing our favorite literature and playing “Guess the Famous Author” over a delicious spread of cheesecake, ice cream, and coffee. It […]
A large number of churches in America have lost their way in worship. This is due to a regrettable level of biblical and theological ignorance concerning the history and patterns of Christian worship practices. We are without excuse regarding this lack of knowledge and it has resulted in obliviousness. The history of our worship is […]
The initial shock of the sharp, repetitive pounding of needles into my skin was more than I expected. The tattoo artist, sleeved from wrist to shoulder in his own art, was no stranger to first-timers, and quickly fell into a comfortable rhythm of joking and intense concentration. It was the night of my 21st birthday; […]
Listen to our January 22 edition of the Montreat Radio Podcast. See what our Montreat students are up to in this edition of the Montreat Podcast – See more at: http://www.montreat.edu/2013/11/interviews-comedy-music/#sthash.6kybUBlN.dpufSee what our Montreat students are up to in this edition of the Montreat Podcast.
Welcome back students, faculty, and friends! I hope your holidays have been enjoyable and restful. I know that for many, the break came at much-needed time after the busyness of last semester, but who’s to complain? We kicked off the year to a great start! This past fall, Montreat wrapped up its three-part series, Crossroads: […]
When was the last time you played charades? That’s the party game in which players take turns miming a word to their team. Were you any good at it? I gave it my best shot and was still mediocre. Miming had its origin in ancient Greek theatre where an occasional silent character acted only with a mask and gestures. […]
Our Montreat students wish you a Merry Christmas in this edition of the Montreat Podcast.
See what our Montreat students are up to in this edition of the Montreat Podcast and hear a special interview with Dr. Jim Shores.
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“They don’t make them this good anymore.” How we like to say that and hear others say it. Babe Ruth set his homerun record without steroids. Rock music of the 1960s was the most original. The golden era was the best; technical advancements have spoiled audiences for the grand old style. That is how […]