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By Kaylor Jones
Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Grand Canyon University provides many options for continuing education students to refresh their skills and learn new topics while earning graduate credits. Read more to learn about why GCU is the best option for continuing your education with individual courses.

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By Allison Richmond
Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves. Each of you should look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.” (Philippians 2:3-4)

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Grand Canyon University is a widely acclaimed Christian school that prides itself on rigorous curricula and supportive student services. Some of our learners enter our College of Theology and then go on to work toward doctoral degrees in our College of Doctoral Studies. If you have determined that your calling in life is to enter into the ministry, we invite you to apply for our Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Christian Ministry. Our Christian university interdenominational.

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By David Farbishel
Faculty, College of Theolgoy

We Christians in America live insulated lives in a land where freedom to worship is taken for granted. Though Christianity here is often openly ridiculed and mocked by those in academia and the entertainment world, this can hardly be called persecution. But in other parts of the world Christians suffer greatly, being driven from their homes, unable to find employment, tortured and sometimes killed. Being well informed of the plight of our brothers and sisters in Christ will help us to pray for them and better prepare us for whatever resistance we may experience as we serve Christ here in America.

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By Amanda Ronan

When surveyed about their biggest sources of dissatisfaction at work, employees rank availability and communication with managers in the top eight. Employees want access to managers who listen. They want to feel respected by their bosses.

One way to improve your relationships with employees is with active listening.

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By Pamela Love
Faculty, College of Nursing and Health Care Professions

I am Pamela Love, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE, an associate professor at the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions serving as the academic quality review (AQR) manager in the DNP program. I moved from Houston to Phoenix just after Hurricane Harvey visited last August. By the Grace of God, my family was spared the devastation so many others suffered. I also married the “Love” of my life before moving across the country to begin an exciting new adventure at GCU.

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By Kara Morrow
History Major, Honors College

Honors College sophomore Brennan Robin is committed to living a life of service. For the last few years, he has served on the board of a non-profit organization aimed at helping sick and injured children in hospitals throughout the valley and with the Luke Air Force Base Youth Center. Brennan’s life experience as a military dependent and having a brother who suffered a traumatic injury led him to get connected with these groups.

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By Valeriana Bandeh
MA in TESOL Student, College of Education 

I watched, as he stood towering over the students. He began to tell his story of how he became a landscape engineer earning over $300,000 a year. How was that possible? That was much more than I had ever earned. He was my student and I remembered how unkempt he looked. He was tardy, struggled academically in class, did no homework and was extremely rebellious. He refused to follow the school’s strict uniform policy. But as I listened, he told his story—of unimaginable poverty and how he overcame.

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