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What I Did on Summer Vacation
“I needed to be reminded that God is BIG. He is big enough to carry me through all that He’s called me to do.”
Understanding God Through Adoption
“The greatest part about physical adoption is that it helps us understand our God—we were dirty, but we were cleaned and made heirs.”
Tweeting...Posting Comments...For the
“We may never know how the Lord uses our comments to prompt non-believers to look for Jesus or how the Lord can use a simple word of encouragement between believers.”
The Belt of Truth: Faith-Fortifying Resources
for High School Graduates
“Freshman year at UNC brought questions I could not answer, doubts I could not ignore, and problems I could not solve.”
Lessons Learned: Carpenters for Christ
“First: I learned that it's never to late to ask God to save you and surrender your sins to Him.”
What's the Point? Summer Camp 2011
“What if we were given one thing to do by God, and we didn't do it?” Rob Stansbury
Standing Firm: Debating Christianity in
This week kicks off our own little summer series for Colonial 24/7. We have invited several students—high school and college—to write about how their faith impacts their lives as students. Enjoy and be encouraged!
Stepping Stones: Summer Series 2011 Kick-Off
July 3 is the kick-off of Colonial's summer tradition, summer series. Join us Sundays through August 28 and be encouraged.
Who Attends Shepherds Theological Seminary?
Students choose STS for a variety of reasons, but most note the unique relationship of Colonial to the seminary as a big factor in their decision. Real-world application, alongside excellent teaching is a winning combination!
Breaking News: Deer Invade Colonial!
Editor’s Note: The facts in this report, relayed by the primary investigator, happened just as described . . . as far as we know! While some were a bit shaken, no people or animals were harmed during this incident . . . except where reported!
Stones of Remembrance: One Family's
“Everything God did in Mason's adoption was to set up a stone of remembrance for me, so when things got more difficult with Mason's special needs, we wouldn't question our decision to adopt.”
Beth Darst: Twice Adopted
“There is no better way to spread the Gospel than to care for orphans and adopt.”