“Your best friend was once a stranger to you.” This is our 7th grade camp near Woods Canyon Lake in Payson, AZ.
Peace is something we crave and long for. We can become masters of so many things (phone photography, architecture, and websites) but why is it peace in our lives and our world is so difficult to obtain? Happy are those who find peace with God and learn from Jesus how to make peace in their […]
Our guest speaker Cody shared about his life B.C. (Before Christ) and how he was hungry and thirsty for something to satisfy all the pain he went through as a child. He resorted to drugs, alcohol, and relationships with women, although those things left him even more broken, where he attempted suicide and spent time […]
Clara Mersiowsky recently defended her senior thesis titled, “On Purpose: Liberation in Suffering” which contrasted Augustine of Hippo and Victor Frankl and how they found liberation in suffering. Augustine experienced much mental suffering and Victor Frankl experienced intense physical suffering in Nazi concentration camps. Both however experienced liberation in their suffering by discovering their purpose. […]