Blog Academics, Alumni, College Preparation, Community, Faith, Parents
Conquering Anxiety: A Professor's Journey
Fears, whether about real dangers or imagined, often hinder us from living the life that God desires for us. We can either let fear continue to inhibit our faith or we can let our faith conquer our fears. These are some ways God used to free me from the grip of anxiety.
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Blog Alumni, Alumni Spotlight, Leadership, Ministry & Missions
In Their Heart Language: An Interview with Steve Sheldon ‘61
Northwest Alumnus, Steve Sheldon tells of his fifty years of mission field experience translating the Bible in Brazil for Wycliffe Bible Translators USA.
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Blog Academics, Alumni, Alumni Spotlight, Faculty, Faith, Ministry & Missions
Making Scripture Relatable: An Interview with Anna Rask ‘12
Anna Rask ’12 is an alumna and an adjunct professor of biblical studies at University of Northwestern. Here’s what Anna had to say about academics, teaching, and the application of Scripture.
Friday, April 27, 2018
Blog Community, Faculty, Faith
The Power of Prayer
Praying for others is one of the most powerful ways we can come together as the body of Christ. Professor Mark Muska says that as we spend our lives praying for others, we can have full confidence that God will use them to carry out His purposes and plans
Monday, July 17, 2017
Blog Faculty, Faith
Ask the Professor: The birth of Jesus
The birth of Christ to a virgin mother was miraculous. But why wasn’t it talked about more in the gospels? According to professor Mark Muska, the authors of the gospels were very intentional with what they focused on in their accounts of Jesus’ life.
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Blog Faculty, Faith
The intersection of creativity and innovation
There's a verb in the Hebrew language—bara', meaning “to create”—that is only used when speaking of God. It punctuates the books of the Old Testament, persistently and unmistakably revealing an essential attribute of God.
Sunday, April 3, 2016