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Living Faith is a Christian blog that interacts with a variety of biblical, theological and practical topics written by Grand Canyon University's College of Theology faculty and specially invited guests of the college. Our content provides practical and biblical advice from a Christian worldview for living our faith in the midst of an increasingly secularized world. In addition, our content wrestles with cultural topics and issues that challenge how we live out our faith as believers. For this reason, contributors to our Christian blog strive to write with compassion and apologetic concern to honor Christ and edify the church in every way possible.
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Grand Canyon University’s College of Theology offers a diverse selection of transformative degrees that boast real-world relevance, and it’s our conviction that the Bible is the true and authoritative Word of God. All that we do is shaped by this standard.

The College of Theology’s Covenant specifies what students at the college are expected to embrace and embody, and it encompasses the following principles:

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By Nyomi Mosley and Jaerden Willingham
Administrative Assistant and Student Worker, College of Theology

The College of Theology at Grand Canyon University strives to educate students to communicate the gospel effectively, serve the church faithfully and minister with integrity at home and abroad. Clint Harper, a former College of Theology student at GCU, who majored in Christian Studies with an emphasis in biblical studies, shares his experiences regarding his pursuit of ministry and its role in developing “A Deeper Understanding,” as well as his pursuits as an apprentice with AT3 at City Church Manchester, in the Union School of Theology.

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Grand Canyon Theological Seminary is proud to present John Piper for a special two-day event at the GCU Arena this week! John Piper is the founder and teacher of desiringGod.org. He is the chancellor of the Bethlehem College and Seminary as well as the author of several best-selling books. He will be speaking and presenting on his book “Don’t Waste Your Life” on Friday, Oct. 27 at 7 pm and his book “Reading the Bible Supernaturally” on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 9 am in the GCU Arena. For both events, doors will open about an hour in advance.

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This year commemorates the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, marked by Martin Luther’s 1517 publication of his “95 Theses.” In honor of this historic milestone, the College of Theology hosting an evening of celebration and reflection on the significance of the Reformation and what it means to us today. On Monday, Oct. 30, five faculty members will cover the “Five Solas” of the Reformation from 5 – 6 pm in Howerton Hall (Building 19) on GCU’s main campus in Phoenix. Come and share in a new understanding and appreciation of the lives dedicated to reforming the church at a critical historical and theological moment. Free pizza will be provided!

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Katie Brown is a truly outstanding artist. She is full of both boldness and humility, and she is utilizing her passions and talents for God’s glory in GCU’s worship arts program. She recently released her first extended play (EP), “On My Knees,” with six original tracks that are now available on Spotify, iTunes and Google Play. In a recent interview, Katie looks back at the creation of her EP and reflects on how her time at GCU has grown her to where, and who, she is today.

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Have you have ever been at a crossroad in life, whether it is graduating, a new job, a new relationship or retirement, and wondered what matters or how to make your life count? Have you ever held a Bible and wondered how this book can really change you or how to even read it in a meaningful way?

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By Nyomi Mosley
Administrative Assistant, College of Theology

Mark Kreitzer, DMiss, PhD, is one of our highly esteemed faculty here in the College of Theology. He recently took a trip to Indonesia for the purpose of training future church pastors in ministry. We caught up with him to talk about his trip, the missional mindset and some fun facts concerning his personal faith.

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