Monthly Devotions

September Devotional – Personal to You

Posted on September 5th, 2017

Hey everyone! It is now September which means school is officially back in session; whether you take that as a good thing or a bad thing is up to you, but hey at least we’re all in this together! Since the beginning of this summer, I have really been focusing on the love of Jesus. […]


Prayer for My Intellect – August 2017

Posted on August 16th, 2017

Welcome back Saints! It is our hope that your time away from school was restful and fulfilling and that the year ahead is filled with joy and learning. This summer I found a beautiful prayer that was written by French Theologian Fernand Lelotte in 1958. As I read the prayer I couldn’t help but think about our […]


The Homestretch!

Posted on May 4th, 2017

Can you believe that we are down to our last month of the year? It seems like just yesterday we were back on campus welcoming new students and catching up on our summer activities. A lot has changed since early August but one thing that has remained the same is that I am continually in […]


April 2017 Devotional

Posted on April 4th, 2017

April is here, and with it comes a flood of emotions. Excitement about the changing of seasons. The flowers are in bloom and newness surrounds us. The anticipation of Spring Break and the adventures that come with it. Sadness at the thought that we only have a few short weeks left with our seniors.  Determination […]


Agape Love – February Devotion – John Brigham

Posted on February 2nd, 2017

In John 13, Jesus washes His disciples’ feet.  Through this act, Jesus modeled for us the perfect “agape” love that we are to give each other.  “Agape” love is self-sacrificing love. It is completely concerned with the person receiving the love and not at all concerned with the person giving it.  When we think about […]


“We’re Made That Way” – Dr. Mark Foley – January Devotion

Posted on January 5th, 2017

  My degree in psychology leads me to believe that the primary drive in humans is to experience meaning in life…to be significant for something or to someone. My degree in theology leads me to believe that we are created hard-wired with that drive.  We are also hard-wired to respond to God-the-Designer as the ultimate […]


May You Find Peace – December Devotional

Posted on December 6th, 2016

With Christmas approaching, many are thinking of lights, trees, and family, but most of all everyone is thinking of the presents they want from Santa. The more chaotic the years get, the more we forget about the good news of Christmas. We forget that Christmas is a time of hope. It is about a little […]


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