Awakening Fire: On-Campus Missions

Here’s what you need to know about this campus organization. By Jonathan Wagner, Staff Writer Awakening Fire is Huntington University’s local branch of the organization known more commonly as University Christian Outreach. They are an ecumenical organization dedicated to following Jesus’s Great Commission on college campuses, discipling students and helping them grow in their faith. … Continue reading Awakening Fire: On-Campus Missions

Mark Fairchild: Huntington’s New Testament Scholar

This Bible and religion professor does far more than just teach.  By Jonathan Wagner, Staff Writer  Professor Mark Fairchild is a department chair for the Bible and religion department here at Huntington, where he has been teaching for over thirty years. Fairchild originally grew up in Northwest Pennsylvania. He eventually went to Pennsylvania State University, … Continue reading Mark Fairchild: Huntington’s New Testament Scholar

Looking Back at the Cambodia/Thailand J-Term Trip

Brock Perry shares his experience overseas. By Keila Funez, Staff Writer This past January, a group of students went to Cambodia and Thailand for their J-term. The trip was planned by Shaana Robrock and two current student leaders, Sandra Haraguchi and Ali Everett. During the trip, they visited organizations that take part in fighting sex-trafficking. … Continue reading Looking Back at the Cambodia/Thailand J-Term Trip

Who Needs Prayer Around the World: March 2020

While it’s important to pray for others, make sure to also pray for yourself. By Kennedi McCoy, Staff Writer This month for those who need prayer around the world, I'd like to ask that you pray for yourself. Sometimes we get so caught up with the world around us that we forget to check in … Continue reading Who Needs Prayer Around the World: March 2020

The Christmas Season Isn’t Christmas to Me

As the Christmas season gets earlier and earlier, let’s not forget its true meaning. By Jonathan Wagner, Staff Writer It’s the most wonderful time of the year — the Christmas season — and it seems to get earlier every year. Christmas decorations can be found displayed for sale in supermarkets before Halloween, and the songs … Continue reading The Christmas Season Isn’t Christmas to Me

Who Needs Prayer Around the World: Nov. 2019

By Kennedi McCoy, Staff Writer “Justice and humanity are not different, they are one and the same thing - where there is justice, there is humanity - where there is no humanity, there is no justice.” ― Abhijit Naskar  This month I ask that you pray for justice to be truly served for everyone. Pray … Continue reading Who Needs Prayer Around the World: Nov. 2019

Eakright embraces independence after bout with cancer

A clean slate. An open canvas. A new chapter. There are many ways an incoming freshman can describe heading off to college. Everyone is trying to make new friends and tackle the whirlwind of information they are bombarded with. For Paige Eakright, her freshman year was full of the typical freshmen hard-comings as well as … Continue reading Eakright embraces independence after bout with cancer