It is common knowledge that final’s week is a stressful time. Here at Moody, we have an annual opportunity for relieving this stress: Breakfast at Night. Though it is a popular event among students, few people seem to be certain of how it came about in the first place.
The Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), one of the largest American societies for evangelical scholars, honored a Moody senior at this year’s ETS Midwest Regional Conference with a first-place win in its student essay submission contest. Senior biblical studies major, Connor Ham, took first place with his paper, “Where the Scholars Disagree.”
Recently, Moody students voted for their next student body leaders. After ballots were counted, Sara Nimori, junior communications major, and Wyatt English, freshman communications major, were named student president and vice president.
Tongsung kido, or pray aloud, is a method of prayer popular in the South Korean church, where the congregation comes together for a specific amount of time, interceding or supplicating for others.
by Gordon White, web editor What do I know about time? As a 21-year-old, admittedly, not much. I know that time never quite moves at the speed you want it to. It drags on eternally when you’re