More Than Camping

11/21/2016

In any educational institution, different roles exist for different functions. Faculty teach and research, staff administrate, and students learn. They interact on a daily basis, but only to a certain extent. Boundaries, drawn by their inherent and practical purposes, divide them. However, throughout the course of a semester, the boundaries between faculty, staff and students are not permanent. Sometimes, they dissolve. . .

2nd Annual Poetry Slam

11/14/2016

The faculty, staff and students of The Master’s University were torn between too many options to fill their Friday night schedule: a Men’s basketball game against Embry-Riddle, a jazz night at a local coffee shop, and the men’s weekend camping retreat in Malibu. However, for all those options, an elect few spent their evening between the book-filled walls . . .

Land of the Free, Because of the Brave: Honoring Our Veterans

11/11/2016

We are all familiar with war. We have read the history books stained with the bloody battles of the past, statistics of lives lost and territory gained, epic battles and endless skirmishes. We have been devastated by news headlines, inspired by romanticized television shows, and stultified by video games . . .

One Nation Under God

11/9/2016

God, in His sovereign will and plan, has allowed Donald J. Trump to lead America for the next 4 years. Our comfort and hope does not rest in any man, but in our promised future. Many Christians prayed for our country and voted yesterday. God hears our prayers and works through people to accomplish His will . . .

Vote the Issues, Not the Individual

11/3/2016

Almost every American citizen has commented on the current campaign for presidency, regarding it the most debased one in US history. Christians have been at a complete loss as to what to do and how to vote. . .

The Art of Fear

10/31/2016

As children we can all remember that terrifying walk in the dark from the safety of our parent’s bedroom to the comfort of our bed. The hallway that used to be only a few feet long seemed to stretch for miles. The mad dash would begin, heart racing and blood pumping, until the leap onto the bed was landed and you were tucked into the covers --- making sure no limb was hanging over the edge of the mattress, just on the off chance something, or someone, was hiding underneath. . .

The Master's University: Italy

10/28/2016

The residents of Florence, Italy and all who have visited, past, present and future, have woken up to the deep metallic resonance of ancient cathedral bells, making it hard to realize what century one is in: not much has changed since the 1400s. All have seen lush Tuscan hills surrounding the anachronistic city, the red-tiled roofs held up by their pale yellow walls, and many have sought rest under the shadow . . .

Who is God's Candidate?

10/26/2016

For several months now, I’ve been peppered with questions about the upcoming election. How can God allow it to come down to these two candidates? Is there a lesser of two evils this time around? And often bluntly, Who are you going to vote for? My response—and my great comfort as this election cycle comes to a conclusion . . .

From the Eyes of a Student: View Weekend

10/24/2016

There’s always a routine. The bell rings, the desks are filled and notebooks are opened. Your schedule is planned, you eat way too many sandwiches and, without fail, you sit with the same friends. In the four years you are there, you learn to get used to high school. Then comes your senior year . . .

Foreign Policy: Understanding a World in Crisis

10/19/2016

The next president of the United States will inherit a world that is significantly more chaotic and insecure than at any point in recent history. The primary cause of the global disorder is the lack of American leadership at home and abroad. For more than six decades, the world has enjoyed relative peace and prosperity thanks to the Pax Americana . . .

Reaching Out

10/17/2016

This past weekend more than 400 students, faculty and staff, scattered themselves across 33 Southern California churches, participating in the 20th annual Outreach Week. Stopping school for three days, The Master’s University disseminates teams to “serve, evangelize, and fellowship.” A dense fog lay over the city of Los Angeles early Friday morning . . .

A Political Opinion

10/12/2016

Who would have thought this time last year the race for the presidency would be between a politician of thirty years and a business speculator reality TV host? Republican elites were ecstatic over the “excellent” stable of Republican presidential hopefuls. Hillary Clinton, with all her baggage, would be an easy target for the Republican nominee. . .