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Easter and the Dogwood Tree

By Emily Wells Easter is season for Christians around to world to celebrate and remember the suffering and sacrifice our Lord went through so that abundant life may be found through him. Although the passion story is something that should be appreciated all year long,...

Chapel with Frank Harrison

By Dr. Paul Gratton, Assistant Professor of Business What does a Christ-centered business look like? We recently received a glimpse from the perspective of our Montreat College chapel speaker on March 7th, 2018, J. Frank Harrison III. Frank Harrison is the CEO of...

I’m Just Passing Through

By Emily Wells What do you say in the presence of greatness? When God’s most influential messenger of the last century is seven feet in front of you, what are the words that come to mind? These are the questions that ran through my head as I viewed the casket of Billy...

11 Ways to Start Your Semester Well

By Anastasia Howland 1. Reflect on last semester. What worked well? You established relationships with your professors, got along with your roommate, and managed to avoid that Freshman 15? Good. Keep doing those things. And what perhaps didn’t work so well? You rarely...

Christmas Traditions

By Emily Wells These final three weeks of the semester have been jam packed with final assignments, tests, quizzes, papers, speeches, projects, end of the semester workouts, and, on top of all that, preparing for Christmas. For me, personally, the two weeks leading up...

What Do We Long For?

By Anastasia Howland There are very few things that we don’t eventually grow tired of. Those new Nike kicks, or that cute crop top you just bought? They’ll lose their allure soon, and just a little while after that they’ll be out of style. Or how about Thanksgiving...