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A Dream coming true!
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You may say that I put my faith in a God that I cannot see
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9 Apps Every College Student Should Have
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Intro to Ministry Retreat
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Studying In College, Newspaper, & More.
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5 HOMECOMING DO’s & DON’T’S
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5 Signs You Transferred From A Community College
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What Forgiveness Is – And What It Isn’t
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Weekend Antics
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• Welcome to My Life •

A Dream coming true!

Hugging, players who are crying, and a coach running to his seniors with the words: “Can you believe this?” That is what our team experienced yesterday at Benedictine. It was the sixth game into conference – usually nothing special except for the fact that the women soccer team has never beaten that team before. Our coach, Skelly Kellar, prepared us really well. Within one day of practice, we went over all their strengths and weaknesses. It was so important that I ignored school completely for two days. And there it was: the day of the fight. Last year, they kicked us out in[…]

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You may say that I put my faith in a God that I cannot see

You may not understand, you may not even agree. You may say that I put my faith in a God that I can’t see. But the truth is, I see him every day. I see him when I walk outside and see the weather, in whatever form it may be, I know my God created it and all its diversity. I see him when I wake up to my loved ones and see their smile every morning. I see him in the 4-year-old in their mother’s arms; what a beautiful sight that God has made in his own image. I see[…]

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9 Apps Every College Student Should Have

Hey friends! I’ve discovered that these apps have been really helpful in my college career. I hope that these will help you as well. 1. Quizlet This is number one because I believe that this app is partially responsible for the times that I get good grades on tests. Basically, Quizlet is a place where you can make notecards online and turn them into many different studying tools. For example, once you make a set of notecards on the website, you can change it to a study guide, printable notecards, and even play games with the terms. Once you create[…]

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Intro to Ministry Retreat

Friday night into Saturday morning was the Intro To Ministry class retreat, a trip designed to help beginning ministry students get to know each other and their professors better as well as learn new spiritual disciplines, how to “be real” with people, and the importance questioning mind-set. They threw in a gorgeous catholic retreat center and food because they love us and we got to meet and hang out with the professors who will be teaching us as we embark on our quests for a degree from the Department of Christian Education and Spiritual Formation. It sounded really nice. I[…]

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Studying In College, Newspaper, & More.

Hey guys! This week I talk about something we are all going through right about now….midterms. I discuss some ways in which I study, as well as the Trailblazer coming out with their first edition for this school year! Below I have attached some other links to studying tip sites and to MNU’s newspaper website. Enjoy MNU Trailblazer How to take T-Notes Time Management & Note Taking Tips

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5 HOMECOMING DO’s & DON’T’S

[two_fifth_last][/two_fifth_last] DON’Ts Don’t say yes out of pity. Spare the other person the embarrassment and yourself the uncomfortable feeling and just say no thanks. Don’t spend a ridiculous amount of money on the night. We’re all college students trying to pay off loans. There’s no need to impress anyone. Don’t ask a guy or girl that you just met the week of homecoming. Don’t get me wrong I’m all for spontaneity, but do you really want homecoming to be your make it or break it? (too soon, my friend, too soon) Don’t sit in the corner and not dance. You[…]

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5 Signs You Transferred From A Community College

Hey friends! Being a transfer student gives me a whole new perspective on things, here at MNU.  I’m a new student, but at the same time I have been in college for two years!  Here are just a few things I have noticed about being a transfer student from a community college.   You walk around with your headphones in all the time. People at community college aren’t the most social.  Almost everyone there walks around with headphones in and alone.  It’s almost a social taboo to have a conversation with someone else in the hall. 2.   You do[…]

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What Forgiveness Is – And What It Isn’t

Recently, I’ve had to forgive people for some things that I wish didn’t happen. Through the process of apologizing and forgiving, I came to realize that my definition of forgiveness was skewed. I assumed that forgiveness came with certain expectations and stipulations, but the truth is, it doesn’t. On Sunday, my pastor talked about forgiveness, and what he said was nothing short of a revelation to me. Here’s what he said… Forgiveness doesn’t make someone’s sin okay. Forgiveness doesn’t deny hurt or offense. Forgiveness is not always a relational reset. And here’s what I got from what he said… Forgiving[…]

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Weekend Antics

As college students, I think we tend to forget there’s more to life than classes and work. I know I’m guilty of spending my weekends in my dorm room doing homework and cleaning house, or I go home and do absolutely nothing and then complain on Sunday night about how much homework I have to do before 7:30 AM Monday morning. This weekend was one of the busiest I’ve had since the semester started. It began with “Brigadoon” rehearsal on Friday afternoon and ended with a drive back from Atchison, KS with friends on Sunday evening. It was great to[…]

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