Our culture is obsessed with #squadgoals. We want a glamorous squad that can conquer the world. What are your actual “squad goals”? Who are the six people you truly need in your squad?
It can be hard to know how to be a friend when you’re needed most. There are practical ways to show your love and care to a friend who is grieving.
How to embrace and value the stories of others as strongly as you do your own.
What American Christians miss by not building friendships with people who are different from them.
A group of Christian men discovered 3 ingredients of life-changing friendship.
"It shouldn’t surprise you that people hold onto their beliefs and ideologies strongly. I know this because it’s exactly what I do."
When I started spiritually building into the lives of others, I easily played the truth card first. Got a problem? “Here’s your deep-seated issue.” You don’t see a problem? “Let me tell you your problem!”
How can you help a friend who has grown up a Christian, but isn’t experiencing a personal relationship with God?
We’re not always guaranteed that we will see our dream of students taking steps of faith come to fruition. So when we do see this dream become reality, we should see it for what it is, as a mighty miracle from God. And, to our continual amazement and praise, it seems like this miracle is occurring almost daily on our college campuses here.
How can we express concern for others and share Christ effectively in potentially awkward scenarios?
You can serve others to build relationships for spiritual conversations and to care for others. Here’s 30 ideas to get started.
Because of Christ’s work in his life, Wisconsin DB D’Cota Dixon responded to the egregious late hit committed against him in a most unexpected way.
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