Tunnel mural strikes themes of creation and redemption

by Jenna Reed staff writer What could you do in 80 hours? Work two full-time jobs for a week. Drive from L.A. to NYC and back. Or, if you have an artistic bent, paint a

Moody alumnus serves in the professional sports world

by Lebo Pooe correspondent When Greg Bowman graduated from Moody Bible Institute in 1983 with a diploma in Communications, he didn’t expect the Lord would use him to serve the city of Chicago through sports.

Super Bowl’s dirty secret shows through statistics and stories

by Jorgen Rehn correspondent This year’s Super Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana was the third-most-watched event in television history, according to Nielson. An estimated 108 million viewers tuned in to indulge in the festivities, likely

Serving Christ beyond the game

by Kenny Barrios staff writer Every Monday night, some of the men from Moody’s soccer team head over to Portage Park for their PCM, helping to coach and train a group of Hispanic teenagers who

Anderson’s love of running takes her to top

by Katja Johnson correspondent Kristen Anderson has a springing stride that makes her blond ponytail bounce as she runs. But behind the junior applied linguistics major’s lighthearted spirit and laid back manner is the hard-working

7th Inning Stretch: Take a ride down memory lane

March is one of my favorite months. Spring break takes up most of the month, which means I am far, far away from this brutal Chicago weather with its slushy streets and am basking

Students, alumni explore personal journeys with feminism through blogs

by Jenna Pirrie editor-in-chief On Feb. 26, tweets began appearing from Moody students and alumni with the hashtag #femfest. Feminisms Fest was a three day series of linkups (where one blogger hosts links to all

One-handed artist uses talent and disability for ministry

by LeeAnna Smith correspondent “It was my life goal to play the piccolo, but then I realized I didn’t have enough fingers for it!” said Becca Langer, junior elementary education major. Langer has only one

Recognized rapper to train to be pastor: Sets aside music career for Lord’s calling

by Lebo Pooe correspondent Prolific rapper and new author Trip Lee hosted an intimate night of worship and theology as he kick-started his book tour on Monday, Feb. 18. The event took place on the

Martyr and theologian’s book explains importance of community

by Jenna Reed staff writer God gave Adam Eve. The world became populated, man built towns, cities, communities. It is therefore natural for humans to be in fellowship with one another. In “Life Together,” Dietrich

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