By Abbie Smith
Is It attainable?
Temptation abounds during this collegiate international immersed in the global. So, can you retain a God-centered, adventure-based, Christ-driven existence all through collage? Abbie Smith chanced on the reply to be a convincing definite! choked with encouragement in particular for those making an attempt years, Can you retain Your religion in College compiles reviews shared by means of scholars from greater than thirty-five faculties around the kingdom. you are not by myself within the fight to take care of the religion you carried with you if you first set foot on campus. The e-book objectives pertinent concerns together with, "The Transition," teachers, dorm lifestyles, peer strain, extracurricular actions, activities, Greek existence, courting, learning out of the country, racial family members, and "God's shock Encounters." do not allow your religion whittle away; construct it up! it is what defines you.
College and Jesus.
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Everything fit perfectly. There were a million and one reasons why I knew this school had practically been built for me. Application submissions came and went, and by the end of my senior year, I had received acceptance letters from every school…except one. Notre Dame had placed me on a waiting list. I was shocked. I questioned whether God played any role in my college decision and if so, why He would make me sit in torture for the next three months (before I would, hopefully, be admitted to Notre Dame).
Admitting that I would never become a successful doctor, I changed my major. I've changed it again since, but the first change was definitely the most drastic—from pre-med to elementary education. Sometimes you have to understand what is not for you, in order to realize what is for you. Looking back, I think I assumed I was some sort of omniscient human. I was a Christian all through high school, and I was sure God was just as interested in my “success” as I was. My next big breakthrough: I realized I had picked the wrong prestigious university.
E nvironmental science was a distribution requirement. I hated it. One early Tuesday morning, our teacher was lecturing on the idea that plate tectonics was the cause for everything in existence. ” People around him chuckled, and even our professor put on a sort of half grin. He went on, however, to explain that not only earths creation, but also the creation of interactions, relationships, even emotions on earth, point back to this theory. I wasn't out to bash science, or plate tectonics (well…), but I certainly wasn't about to base my existence on the spontaneous collision of plates, either.