If you come out of your years of studies keenly aware of your lack of knowledge, like you’ve just scratched the surface of what you don’t know, I hope you embrace it. Owning your limitations helps you step into greater wholeness, and there’s nothing quite like attending school to catalyze that process.
I learned a lot about discipleship in classrooms full of atheist students and professors. Years later, as I study at a Christian graduate school, I can see how the Spirit was teaching me about discipleship throughout my undergraduate years.
School is hard, friends make it easier. Hopefully you make a lot of friends and one or two really good ones who you can confide in. They’re going through the exact same thing you are right now. Turn to them when you’re having a problem with… anything. Don’t go it alone.
We’ve had some great articles throughout our years of publishing. Most of them are still there… alone in a corner… waiting patiently to be visited again. Here are the most shared from 2017. Go on and give them some love.
If you were a bird, I’d tell you to soar. But you’re a human, so use your two legs and leap. Hop. Somersault. Whip and nae nae if you have to. Just move forward in faith.
Through the deconstruction and the wrestling with the complexities of deep study, I met Jesus. I have been profoundly shaped by this small prairie village and this strange place called Briercrest, and this has completely changed the trajectory of my life.