Bughouse Square: “Don’t go down there”

by Jerry B. Jenkins chairman of the board of trustees On April 4, 1968, I was an 18-year-old Moody student, confined to the Chicago campus because of violence in the streets. Martin Luther King Jr. had been

Basketball paves the way for the gospel in Northern Ethiopia

by Lebo Pooe correspondent On March 10, 2013, Moody Bible Institute’s men’s and women’s basketball teams set off for two weeks of ministry through basketball the East African way. The teams arrived in Addis Ababa,

The Crossroads: All you need is love, right?

by Dillon Mack news editor The issue of homosexual marriage is one that has taken shape almost entirely in my lifetime. Perhaps that is why, along with the two Supreme Court hearings that took place

Soapbox: Modesty and lust: where does responsibility lie?

by Judah Hebisen senior applied linguistics As Protestants, we seem to have a love-hate relationship with guilt. On the one hand, we know we are set free from the confines of guilt and shame. On

7th Inning Stretch: Living in spite of our regrets

by Katrina Palazuelos Rico sports editor Nowadays everyone seems to have #noregrets. My friends and I love to poke fun at this hashtag. Really, no regrets, not ever? Liars. I wish I had no regrets in life, but

Former ballerina now teaches dance to girls for PCM

by Jenna Reed staff writer The more disciplined you are, the more free you can be. This is the principle of any dance, but especially true of classical ballet. For Kayleigh Benson, “Kiki,” freshman linguistics

Malaysian novel tells story of pain, prejudice, healing and gardening

by Jill White faculty advisor In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, retiring Judge Teoh Yung Ling packs up her office and returns to the jungles of Malaya’s Cameron Highlands, where nearly four decades earlier she spent

North Korea breathes threats against South Korea, US

by Isaac Wilson web content manager On April 11, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to abate his threats against the Unites States, and instead focus on improving the

Organization releases video telling story of North Korean refugee

by Marcus Goble features editor “We read in books and we see in the movies stories of people trapped in a world that was created for them, so accustomed to the lies they’ve been told

A cry to stem the apathy

Recently, I wrote a news article about Created Equal, the Pro-Life apologetics group on campus, which may have been some of the most difficult writing I have ever penned. The main reason is that