Articles tagged with: Kayla Allen
Fifty-nine students gave of their time to serve God and others over spring break. Forty-seven of these made the 20-hour trek down to Orlando, Fla. to work on a neighborhood church, spending four days painting the interior and exterior of the church, Lake Como Connections, as well as serving in other ways in the community.
The other 12 were nursing students who traveled to Haiti to serve in medical and dental clinics in Port au Prince. By Kayla Allen.
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James Smith is the Director of Admissions and Student Recruitment in the Admissions Office. He graduated from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in 1999 with a major in youth ministry. He earned his masters from Huntington University in educational ministry. By Kayla Allen.
Kyle Barr, Darren Athey, Jerrob Decker, Josh Roberts and Jeff Estep are the seniors for the 2011-2012 Cougar baseball season. With three seasons under their belt, these young men prepare to lead their team out on the field one last time and end their college career with pride. By Kayla Allen.
Junior Kenzie Severns first had the idea for the BRIDGE project (Building Relationships Internationally by Doing God’s Expectations) in September in her government class.
Later, in her social work class, her professor had the class watch a movie about service, where a quote stuck out to Severns: “I think it’s better to live in blissful ignorance because once you realize that people need help, you know that you are the one that has to help them.” By Kayla Allen.
Fall is limitless blue skies, vivid color and the smell of dying leaves. It’s a beautiful season, refreshingly chilly after a hot summer.
For many of us fall looks like mom’s homemade chili, apple orchards, sweaters and scarves. It’s sipping hot drinks by the fire or dressing up in crazy and fun costumes for a Halloween party.
Oaktoberfest, an annual event hosted by Oakwood Hall, pays tribute to the aesthetics and pleasures of fall. By Kayla Allen.
Fall is limitless blue skies, vivid color and the fragrance of dying leaves.
It’s a beautiful season, refreshingly chilly after a hot summer.
For many of us, fall looks like mom’s homemade chili, apple orchards and sweaters and scarves.
It’s sipping hot drinks by the fire or dressing up in crazy and fun costumes for a Halloween party. By Kayla Allen.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a night of worship without the formality of a chapel service complete with a message and speakers?
Encounter, an alternative chapel service, will give students the opportunity to worship God for about an hour’s duration in an informal context beginning Sunday, Oct. 9. By Kayla Allen.