Monthly Archive: February 2014

Feb 25

Spring Break Service in North Carolina

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!  Well, almost.  Spring break is just around the corner and I’m pumped about Campus Ministry’s Spring Break Service Trip to Raleigh, NC.  We’ve got 15 volunteers registered and ready to partner with Habitat for Humanity (HfH) through their Collegiate Challenge program.  Our GCU team will leave on …

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Feb 21

Dance and Social Justice

Last night my wife and I attended the Senior Dance Project recital in the GCU Wellness Center.  We thouroughly enjoyed the program, but for me, there was one dance that stood out. That particular dance project was called Slave Diaries.  It was danced by a group of very talented black women. It was beautiful, athletic and …

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Feb 14

Happy St. Valentine’s Day!

A student visited my office a few days ago.  On her way out, she happened to notice a photograph of a married couple displayed near the door.  She said the couple was cute and asked who they were.  I explained that the photo was of my wife and I just after our wedding.  At that …

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Feb 06

Coke Ads & Immigration

Like many of you, I watched the Super Bowl last Sunday.  The game was a bit disappointing.  (I would have preferred an “on the edge of your seats” kind of match.)  This year, I found the commercials a bit more interesting.  The Coke-a-Cola ad especially caught my eye, or more to the point, caught my …

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