Written by Emily Marzofka / May 2017 When I first sat down to write this article, it was pretty difficult. The idea was to write about “taking God with you as you travel.” There are obvious suggestions, such as: Remember to pray, … Continue reading Lighting His Way
Dear Witness, you are now entering the mission field. The second year of The Witness concludes with this article, and these are the words we would like to leave you with, “You are now entering the mission field.” For months, … Continue reading The Mission Field
by Olivia Albrecht / May 2017 “I lift up my eyes to the mountains—where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.” -Psalm 121:1-2 As a somewhat new college student, I have … Continue reading Pray More, Worry Less
by Timothy Schaser / May 2017 Project critiques in a college graphic design class can be a very interesting thing to observe. Usually they involve each student bringing in their project assignment (be it an illustration, logo design, poster series, … Continue reading Facing Trials
Written by Adam Brown / April 2017 Self-control. A term that college students are very familiar with. From eating and homework habits, to physical health, all the way to alcohol, drugs, and sexual immorality, self-control is very prevalent topic in our lives. … Continue reading Self Control
Written by Emily Tester / April 2017 “What I miss most about ILHS are the daily chapels and religion classes.” Does that sound familiar? I think it’s the most common answer for ILHS graduates to give when they’re asked about their time … Continue reading Ignite Your Fire for Christ
Written by Pastor Mark Tiefel / April 2017 How Can You Know the Bible Has No Errors? Answering this question comes down to the burden of proof you need to be convinced. In one sense, you can never know the Bible is … Continue reading How Can You Know the Bible Has No Errors?
Written by Jonah Albrecht / April 2017 Turn on the news and chances are you will see an all too familiar headline: High School shooting: 12 people murdered 21 wounded, 3 year old dies in road rage incident, or Man kills his … Continue reading Death Made Obsolete
Written by Erin Franson / April 2017 As kids, we’re always asked what our favorite things are. What’s your favorite animal? What’s your favorite color? Your favorite song? And even, who’s your best friend or your favorite teacher in school? I never … Continue reading One Will Interpose to Save
Written by Pastor David Pfeiffer / April 2017 Part 1 Why are there so many Christian denominations? “So what’s the difference?” That was the question she asked me. I had come to the assisted living center to visit someone and having sat … Continue reading Why are there so many Christian denominations?