by Emily Brown

On Tuesdays at 8:00 a.m., you can be found (with bedhead and a huge cup of coffee) going through a Launch session with another new Christian and a mentor before class.

On Thursdays at 7:00 p.m., you and approximately 40 of your Christian friends take over a room in the student union for worship and a sermon-like talk. Read more »

by Mindy Meier

When you decide to follow Jesus, you are not following a religion, but beginning a personal relationship with God through Christ. However, your faith isn’t just a personal thing that has no implications for connection with other people.

Scripture gives six reasons why the Church—the worldwide body of Christians—is important in your faith journey. Read more »

by Mindy Meier

Here are 9 things to look for when trying to find a church:

1. Biblical preaching

Do people open their Bibles? Is the biblical text read and unpacked? Is the sermon clearly rooted in Scripture?

2. God-centered worship

Christians need a place to connect with God in worship. Does the worship leader take people into God's presence? Unlike a concert or recital, attention during musical worship should be directed to God, rather than the musicians on stage. Read more »