• by Stephen Weinkauf

     

    I’ve realized that I’m entering another wilderness, and it scares me. But the more I process what God has taught me while I was wandering in the wilderness of seminary, the more I look forward to the next wilderness with hope. I do not yet know what the future holds, but here is what I do know.


  • by Gami Ortiz

     

    I didn’t know coming back to the States was going to be more difficult than adjusting to life overseas. I didn’t know that the move would pose greater danger to our emotional, social, and spiritual health than our initial move to the mission field. But all my reading on the subject of missionary re-entry, alongside of my new personal experiences, tell me that the transition back is much more challenging. It’s also the most neglected part of missionary care.


  • by Abraham Cremeens

     

    We are excited about what is ahead for SLCF. Our aim is to continue with the same efforts we always have in this important ministry: to function as a community of disciplemakers toward the Great Commission by discipling college students through students. That means we work hard to equip students to be the disciplemakers that God has called them to be.


  • by Abraham Cremeens

     

    This Sunday we will launch a new series for preaching and study in 1 John. We will trace out what it means to live as a child of God and dearly loved by him. It is one thing to be a child of God and it is entirely another thing to live as a child of God. For the latter to be true, I must pursue a constant awareness and joy of abiding in God.