The perception of women from evangelical men

In Genesis 1:27, it is written that “in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them,” to stress the companionship both sexes maintain in their creation. The apostle Paul proclaims, “the Lord woman is not independent of man nor man of woman,” (1 Corinthians 11:11) […]


Mixed reactions about chapel groups updates spread across campus

As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages the world, John Brown University recently modified its chapel services to accommodate the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Arkansas Department of Health guidelines. JBU seeks to provide students with spiritual fulfillment during their college experience, despite the crises of the coronavirus and inclement […]


What Devotionals Mean for Christians

Which do you read more: daily devotionals or the Bible? This interesting and difficult question looks different for each Christian, but it contains an important concern. That is, the Christian community needs to be careful in not idolizing other forms of literature over the Bible but instead, use devotionals as […]

Election, Faith

QAnon explained: From fringe to mainstream?

Editor’s Note: This is the second part of the “QAnon explained” series. What was previously considered a marginal community found in the depths of internet forums has turned into a mainstream ideology propagated all over social media, news outlets and even our political system.   QAnon is a far right-wing […]


How Churches have Changed During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In the beginning of the pandemic, there was no predicting what the future would hold. It has been over 220 days – or several months – since we have been in a globally declared pandemic, and daily life looks different than ever before.

Specifically, church communities, elders and leaders have been extremely creative in their methods to connect with their members and […]