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Helping Students Uncover Their God-Given Calling
WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE WHEN EVERY STUDENT IS SENT?
Navigating school life, finding Christian community, thriving in secular environments, figuring out your career path….there’s a lot of pressure on students.
But what do Christian students need to focus on during this unique time? We explore what it looks like when students are SENT.
Thrive means to grow vigorously. As a disciple of Jesus Christ, your desire should be to deepen your relationship with Him. Think about friendship, it grows because you invest time in the relationship. The same is true about your relationship with God, it will grow as you spend time with Him.
The back to school season marks a new chapter in the lives of many.
Some will journey away from home for the first time; others will begin their last year of school before starting their careers. Sophomore and junior students remain somewhere in between, knowing what lies ahead of them while still not far from what they left behind.
College life is going to look a little different this fall.
Many students will be returning to campus in the coming weeks. Others will begin a freshmen year unlike any other. But whether you’re a fish or finisher, this year will require some major adjustments.
To help you prepare for some of the craziness of college in a pandemic, we’ve put together some tips that will help you stay mentally and physically healthy during these strange times.
College campuses are full of diversity, and that means that you’ll meet people with different backgrounds, experiences, and beliefs than you have. You’re bound to run into people you disagree with and some who even challenge your own beliefs.