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The cross- symbol of God's love to people

By Joshua Greever
Faculty, College of Theology

Roughly 2000 years ago, a Jewish man named Jesus of Nazareth died on a cross on a hill outside the city of Jerusalem. On either side of him two criminals shared his fate – a fate reserved only for criminals of the worst kind.

The significance of that day, a day commonly known now as “Good Friday” throughout Christendom, has been debated over the centuries following. For the early Christian church, the death of Jesus was interpreted as a sacrifice for sin that brought people salvation. For others, however, Jesus was deemed a sorcerer and simply got what he deserved (see the Jewish Talmud).

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By Judah Esparza
Business Management Major, Colangelo College of Business

As the world continues to advance in technology more each day, so does the need for qualified professionals to manage business information systems. Business information systems is the study and practice of how information and communication technologies can be utilized in all different types of companies, within different industries, to improve business processes. Through the Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems, Grand Canyon University’s Colangelo College of Business prepares students to work and excel within this field! Here is what the academic degree entails as well as the career opportunities that exist after graduation:

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Female English teacher helping student in her class

For those who wish to inspire, empower, educate and challenge future generations, becoming a teacher is an ideal career path. Teachers not only have the power to shape the next generation, but the influence to touch individual lives as well. High school education in particular is a rewarding field, because teachers have the opportunity to encourage and educate students as they continue to develop their own identities and dreams. If you aspire to become a high school English teacher, then pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in English for Secondary Education at Grand Canyon University is the perfect place to begin:

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Portrait of a family with three generations of members.

By Lorin Marchese
Coordinator, Strategic Educational Alliances

I am so blessed because I have a family that I know loves me no matter what – and I believe that I show them how much I love them too.

This is wonderful and frankly easy when everyone is being kind to each other and being the best person they can be. But what happens to a family when that isn’t happening?

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Meeting Of Support Group Looking At Each Other Listening

Research indicates that millions of individuals suffer from substance abuse annually, and it’s among the most common problems in the United States. When you consider this, it’s not surprising that jobs in substance abuse and addiction counseling are projected to grow significantly, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

If you’re considering Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Addiction Counseling degree, then read on to learn about the program’s outcomes and potential career options:

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