Monthly Devotions

February Devotion

Posted on February 23rd, 2018

Why is it so easy to turn to God in the hard times, but let Him slip through our minds during the easy times? When life is good and you feel content, it is easy to forget to spend time with the Lord and to talk to Him. But when times seem to get tough, […]


January Devotion

Posted on January 12th, 2018

Welcome to 2018. Let’s kick it off with a profound question. Imagine learning that you had one day to live. If you knew this, how would you spend your last hours? …who would you want to see? …what would you spend your time doing? …what would you be thinking about? This may sound farfetched, but […]


Give Thanks! – December Devotion

Posted on December 1st, 2017

What sentiments do you feel as you anticipate the approaching holiday season? Thankfulness, Peace, and Joy? Or does the Thanksgiving and Christmas season mean extra cooking, exhausting travel, hectic schedules, last minute shopping and stress? We all need to be reminded of the true spirit of the holiday season. This year, I encourage you to […]


The Storms of Life

Posted on October 18th, 2017

What a month! I feel like every time we turn around we hear about another hurricane. At first it affected our friends to the West in Texas and next it was to our East in Florida.  Then this past week it went right over the Gulf Coast. There is something about a large storm that […]


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 […]


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