Through the conversations leading to and following both editions of the Kerux this academic year, we have been further convicted of the importance of those in the CTS community listening to and hearing each others’ voices. The December edition talked about the way in which … Continue readingTestimony: Call Stories at CTS – Staff Article
My name is Fikre H. Norcha and I am an Ethiopian. I grew up in South West Ethiopia in a strict Coptic Orthodox family. My father was a part-time Coptic Orthodox Church priest and influenced the family in Orthodox beliefs. Consequently, I grew up in … Continue readingMinistry in Ethiopia – A Call Story
You may or may not realize that Student Senate elections have been postponed. You may or may not know that they have been postponed because of a lack of nominations for the senate positions. Due to the lack of nominations, half of the regularly held … Continue readingSenate Elections: What??
I need first to state the obvious: social media is a tool. Social media is a tool that is often used poorly, and social media is a tool that lends itself to misuse by nature of its ease of access. Social media has not necessarily … Continue readingSocial Media and Proclaiming the Gospel
If you heard peals of laughter coming from the upstairs classrooms on the Friday before Reading Week, it was probably the international discussion group. The group is hosted by Student Senate’s Hospitality Committee. While we laughed many times, perhaps we all laughed the hardest when … Continue reading(Int)entional Conversations: Senate Hospitality Update