Learning Between the Lines

Learning is quite different than being taught, and I am convinced that I have learned much more than I have been taught during my time at The King's University. Of course, what I have been taught cements itself as an integral piece of what I have learned. Perhaps a line can be drawn to expose the difference...

Mind the Gap

Charles Haddon Spurgeon pastored the great New Park Street Chapel (later the Metropolitan Tabernacle) in London, England, from 1854 to 1892. He was only 19 years old when he was called to pastor New Park Chapel, a well-known church which had dwindled numerically to 313 members, with actual attendance being much smaller. It took only a few...

How to Prepare for a Trip to Israel. Start Walking.

Students at The King's University (TKU) often ask me how to prepare for a trip to Israel. My answer is short and sweet: start walking. In fact, the StairMaster might be a better recommendation! TKU’s annual Biblical Geography of Israel Study Trip, which I help coordinate, is extremely physical, and our typical routine in the United States isn’t sufficient...