This is re-posted with permission from Dr. Snyder, Davis College’s Hebrew professor. Visit his blog here. Psalm 88, perhaps is the most depressing of psalms. For instance, the last verse: “God has taken away friends and lovers, such that the only remaining confident is darkness.” With a friend like that, who needs enemies? So it
Check out our latest video of students talking about why they chose Davis College. Trust us, these aren’t the cookie-cutter answers you find in other college promotional videos. These are real people with real experiences and real hearts for Davis College.
By: Rick Cramer As the flashing Ambulance lights filled the night sky, I quietly mumbled “I hope this doesn’t bother the neighbors.” That thought quickly vanished as my concerns refocused on my mother who was receiving EMT care in my living room. The next day however, I revisited my thoughts concerning my neighbors. This time
“Hi, my name is Rick and I am a gamer.” If there were such a thing as Gamers Anonymous, this is what my introduction might sound like. Yes, I have spent countless hours pursuing the Elxir of Life, fragging the Skaarj, winning Bingo, Bango, Bongo or even chasing the Golddigger achievement. I also having been
We came across this very cool infographic that we thought we’d share with you! Thanks to twentyonehundred productions, a division of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, for sharing! Did you make any resolutions for the New Year? Share with us on Facebook and Twitter!
This video made it’s way around the web a while back, and it’s good enough for us to share here with you to glean some inspiration from. Dr. Lockridge pastored the same church in San Diego for 40 years, and died in 2000. His words are true and deep, and a great reminder of who