Katherine Mayhew / March 2017 This is lyric video for the song “My Lighthouse” by Rend Collective. It was created by one of our contributors – Katherine Mayhew. Continue reading My Lighthouse
Written by Lydia Albrecht / March 2017 “You are who your friends are.” I’m sure that most of you have heard that expression. I, for one believe that it’s absolutely true, which is why I want to express the importance of keeping … Continue reading You Are Who Your Friends Are
Written by Pastor Neal Radichel / February 2017 That’s an interesting question. But it’s also a demonic one. That’s right, I said demonic. As in it is an idea from the devil (a.k.a., Satan). Allow me to explain further. When it comes … Continue reading Couldn’t God have used evolution to create the world?
Written by Jocelyn Gamble / February 2017 College is not easy. The homework, the new professional and social environments, these are not meant to be easy. They are meant to be challenging. The University of Minnesota is a big school. 51,147 students-big, … Continue reading Pack Animals
You may take it for granted; perhaps it is expected. Every newsletter The Witness publishes specifically refers to our salvation through Jesus’ perfect life, death, and resurrection. It is something our pastoral consultant has insisted on from The Witness’ inception. … Continue reading Why do all of our articles feature Gospel?
Written by Sam Lisak / February 2017 Sunday school as a ten-year old was the best. I was right in the stage where I knew the basic Bible stories and we started to go deeper into the less covered ones. When I … Continue reading Humbled By God
Written by Katherine Mayhew / February 2017 Christmas break has come to an end, and for me, that means back to school. For those of you who are in college or high school, you probably decided at the end of last semester … Continue reading Faith is Not an Elective
Written by Suzannah Miller / January 2017 The new year is underway. Maybe you began the year with new resolutions and expectations, or maybe with anticipation of the challenges of returning to school or work. Maybe you were frustrated with the amount … Continue reading Beginning the New Year with Christ[mas]
So often we frame our discussions with what is taking place in our lives at a given time, and understandably so. This year many of our conversations were framed by the Zika virus, the Olympics, Brexit, and most recently, the … Continue reading The Christmas Picture Frame
Written by Jonathan Gamble / December 2016 As I wrote this article, I was sitting in the airport attempting to fly stand-by. Flying stand-by, you really don’t know if you’re going to be able to get on the plane until 5 minutes … Continue reading Regarding Stress