With the spring semester now in full swing, many of our seniors are reminded that their time at ENC is coming to a close. Senior Jonni Albetta shared a little bit about her experience over the last four years in a recent blog post. She also offered advice to current and incoming students about how to make the most of their time here. Give it a read here:
Every year ENC sends out a handful of student-led summer ministry teams to camps and churches on the east coast. This year, three teams are covering ground all the way up to Maine, down to Maryland, and even over to Indiana for the Nazarene General Assembly. As two teams head out today and one tomorrow, join us in praying for these students as they spend 8 weeks on the road talking about Jesus and ENC.
Being part of a summer ministry team is a long-standing ENC tradition. A sort of rite of passage for those interested in possibly going into the ministry someday. We talked to one of last year’s teams and go them to tell us EVERYTHING about their experience. The ins and outs of surviving 2 months on the road and why they would all do it again.
Before you even start training be aware that the
For most people, “Spring Break” conjures images of wild parties, palm trees, and overindulgence. It’s fair to say that most students prefer to spend their week away from class as far from campus and their academic responsibilities as possible. This year, four ENC students not only spent their spring break on campus, but they spent it ministering to those affected by homelessness in Boston. How’s that for a change in perspective?
Rebeca Portela is one of
This year the Spiritual Development Office sent out three Fusion Spring Break trips. An international team went to Havana, Cuba, an in-country group went to Ferguson, MO, and a local group went to Boston, MA. We sat down with student Ashley Prax who went on the international trip to Cuba and heard her story of growth, shifting perspectives, and a passion for missions.
“The goal for our Fusion trip to Havana was to build relationships with
Dr. Lowell Hall, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, describes how he views the research and teaching of chemistry through the eyes of his faith.
There are two types of students. Those who like chapel and those who don’t. If chapel isn’t your favorite thing, try thinking of it like any other class. You can’t miss too many and you need it to graduate. If anything this is the easiest class because there is no homework and you know there won’t be any pop quizzes! Plus, the speakers are engaging and most of the time they’re even pretty entertaining!
Life is crazy. It’s chaotic and fast-paced and sometimes it feels like there are way more downs than ups. Hard things happen and it’s important for your personal health that you know when to ask for help. It’s not a sign of weakness, it’s a sign of strength! If you’re struggling with something on the list below, or anything else please reach out to a friend and let them know that you need their support.
How Can Being a Part of the ENC Community Be a Faithful Expression of “offering our bodies to God as living sacrifices”?
Here is a powerful Christian call: “Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship. Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your