By Kate Peterson

An assistant professor in the humanities writes about her thoughts and prayers as she begins the new semester.

By Sharon Gartland

As a lecturer in a graduate school program at a major university, I've become pretty comfortable giving out grades...

By Dorothy Boorse

I read the recent report in Christianity Today, The Benevolent Sexism at Christian Colleges, with interest. It had created a buzz amongst both men and women friends...

By Angie Crea O'Neal

Angie Crea O'Neal didn't know about Mulenga's story when she planned her presentation for the women's conference, nor that his testimony would directly precede hers — but God did.

By Adele Konyndyk

Freelance writer Adele Konondyk sees tutoring an adult literacy student as an act of kindness as much as it is an act of teaching.