Glorifying God with Laughter

After a history of abuse and overcoming homosexual tendencies by finding a relationship with God, Christine Sneeringer managed to find a way not only to smile again but to laugh. Today Sneeringer runs an interdenominational Christian parachurch ministry in South Florida called Worthy Creations and performs stand-up comedy. Glorifying God through humor, Sneeringer does... -Read More


Spirituality vs. Christianity

“I’m not Buddhist, I’m not Hindu, I’m not Christian, but I still feel like I have a deep connection with God. I pray all the time—for self-control, for humility,” pop culture icon Katy Perry tells Marie Claire. Though Katy Perry has only one voice, her opinion speaks volumes about the spiritual-but-not-religious trend that is... -Read More


Make Your Dollars Count: 2nd Vote

You may not be aware of it, but you vote every day. With each dollar, you decide one product, one company, one store, and, now—in the age of extreme partisanship—one belief over another. Whether it’s a monetary donation to a cause the company believes in or a biased selection in the employees they hire,... -Read More


Never Stop Learning

With the rising cost of tuition, books and living expenses, going back to college is no easy feat. However, with the advent of technology and the expansion of cheaper alternatives, finding a way to learn has never been easier. Foreign language In this day and age, neither classroom experience nor Rosetta Stone is your... -Read More


Christmas Traditions from Around the World

To celebrate Christmas in America, we cut down pine trees and firs, decorate our homes with colorful lights and red ribbons, and exchange carefully wrapped gifts among friends and family. Although Christmas is a trademark holiday for Americans, countries all around the world celebrate Christmas and have traditions of their own. From roller skating... -Read More


Is College Worth It?

According to Bloomberg Businessweek, 40 percent of collegiate students never graduate. If they graduate, 13.5 will not be able to find work. If they manage to graduate and find work, 44 percent will work jobs that do not require college degrees. Nevertheless, even if they graduate, escape unemployment, and find meaningful jobs, then they... -Read More


College Survival Guide

College can be a fun, exciting, and adventurous time; however, it can also have its scary moments as well. You will inevitably get lost around campus, be unprepared for a pop quiz, and have issues with your roommate – but it doesn’t have to always be that way. Here are a few tips to... -Read More


The Glass Ceiling Effect

If a man and a woman, both one-year post college graduation with the same degree, work the same job, for the same number of hours, they should both be earning the same salary, correct? Actually, according to the American Association of University Women (AAUW), which analyzed data from a Department of Education survey of... -Read More


Summer Reading Guide

Summer time is here. No more waking up at 6 a.m. to make the kids lunches or driving back to school at 2:30 p.m. to pick them up. It is time to sit back, relax and crack open a good book. Do not know where to start? We have you covered! 1. Grace: More... -Read More


The Modern Knight’s Code of Chivalry

As a child I was exposed to Disney princess movies, toys and coloring books. My friends and I learned to expect boys to leap off their white horses, draw their swords and prepare to defend our honors at a moment’s notice. However, as we grew up, it became clear we had been disillusioned. With... -Read More