I had a growing fear that I was alone when we all finally jumped into the bus to head off to our overnight in Minneapolis. In the weeks before boarding the bus I told all my mission peers that I was scared because I was going alone.
My mission team is great. They’d tell me that I'm not alone, saying, “but we’re going with you” or a “there is like 40 others coming with, you’re not going alone”. But the retorts were dissatisfying. READ THE FULL STORY>>
As we turned the corner of one of the dusty, make shift street, I saw Jerry in the distance. He wasn't alone. Five friends flanked Jerry, whose smile was contagious. Jerry informed us that his five friends wanted to hear the message of the Gospel from “los americanos.” We said Jesus' name a lot in the next few minutes, showing the release from sin in Christ after identifying the pain of sin. READ THE FULL STORY>>
Need Christian Schools
"If the study of the Bible is to be excluded from all state schools; if the worship of God is to form no part of the general exercises of public schools; then the good of the state would be better served by restoring all schools to church control." That's what the NEA thought in 1892. Hillcrest's President had similar words in the face of WWII. READ THE FULL STORY>>
Grad Weekend Events
Graduation Weekend at Hillcrest brings people from around the world to hear what God has done in the life of the student body. It is also a time for alumni to remember the ways God worked in their lives while they were at the Castle. CHECK OUT THE REUNION EVENTS>>