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My interest in writing has motivated me to create this website, thus, many of my earliest blogs will be focused on that. But I will also write on the other categories represented in the website, so I hope you and I will interact no matter what the topic. Watch for forthcoming blogs.

 

June 19th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
Reading Time: 4 minutes As I said in my previous blog, James is a book about how to walk faithfully through the Christian life. In James 1:19-20, w
June 12th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
Reading Time: 4 minutes A book of wisdom and Christian practice, the book of James has frequently been characterized as "Christian wisdom literatur
June 4th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
Reading Time: 3 minutes I know a man who attends a small group at a large church in a huge city. He is curious about the Christian faith, but he ha
May 21st, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
I have a prediction for young people today, for high school and college students, graduates and young professionals. It’s not much of a prediction.
May 9th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
When a young 20-something graduates from college and starts her first job with a salary and benefits, $35,000 or $40,000 sounds like a lot of money. A
April 30th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
College is the time to develop good habits related to social media and digital technology. 1 Corinthians 6:12 says, “All things are lawful for me, b
April 16th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
When I asked our faculty and staff what advice they had for graduating seniors, most of the answers actually applied to sophomores and juniors. That s
April 2nd, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
The decision to change majors can feel like a personal crisis. I understand and have counseled many students and children through such a decision. So
March 15th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
The grade came back far lower than you expected. The relationship didn't work out. The letter was a rejection instead of an acceptance. Someone you tr
March 8th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
While online programs are convenient and often more affordable than their residential counterparts, you should not assume they’re going to be easier

Latest Blog Posts

19thJun

James 1: Are you quick to hear?

Reading Time: 4 minutes As I said in my previous blog, James is a book about how to walk faithfully through the Christian life. In James 1:19-20, we get what Read More →

12thJun

James 1: Christian Wisdom Starts with Christ

Reading Time: 4 minutes A book of wisdom and Christian practice, the book of James has frequently been characterized as “Christian wisdom literature” and has a very Jewish feel to Read More →

4thJun

What does it mean to walk in the newness of life?

Reading Time: 3 minutes I know a man who attends a small group at a large church in a huge city. He is curious about the Christian faith, but he Read More →

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