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As Dr. Heather Whitney explains in this TowerTalk, human interaction with the physical world can be thought of as a third way in which humans are called to understand and cultivate relationship, with the other two being humans relating to God and humans relating to each other.
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Hosanna in the highest!

This video is the first of six devotional videos for Holy Week. Professor Altino will be sharing his reflections on how the life of Christ is reflected in the six unaccompanied Cello Suites by Johann S. Bach.

Each day will focus on a separate suite and how we can meditate on Christ through it. Videos will be released one per day at noon through Good Friday.

We pray these will be a blessing to you and your friends and family this blessed Holy Week.

#palmsunday #holyweek
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In the latest TowerTalk, Dr. Heather Whitney speaks about how human interaction with the physical world is one of three important ways that human beings can understand and cultivate relationship. Learn more and watch past TowerTalks at www.wheaton.edu/tt.
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Wheaton is deeply saddened tonight by the tragic, accidental death of freshman Ethan Roser. "We are deeply grieved, but, because of our faith in Christ, not without hope," said President Philip Ryken. "We ask people to pray for Ethan's family, his friends, and our campus community.”

A full statement is available online: https://lnkd.in/ehABvCp
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Steve Gaskin M.A. ’18 is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Biblical Studies. Graduate Orientation marked Steve’s first day on Wheaton’s campus, and what very well could have been his last. He was discouraged by the lack of African-American male representation in Barrows Auditorium. “I felt like I couldn’t relate to anybody… I felt alone, I felt sad; I felt like this just wasn’t the place for me.”

But his mood changed when one professor excitedly called out to him in the hallway, saying he was “so glad” Steve was finally there. At that moment, Steve knew God had a purpose for him at Wheaton and since that day, he has had a “peace” as he is constantly reminded that he is exactly where God wants him to be.

Steve considers himself passionate, fun-loving, and a “reckless dreamer” and hopes to use the foundations of his faith and his artistic talent to reach people with a message of love, hope, and redemption.

Watch the video to learn more about Steve’s #MyWheaton experience.
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In the latest TowerTalk, Dr. Lynn Cohick explains how the early church practiced the virtue of endurance through suffering as a counter-cultural sign of their commitment to their new faith. She challenges believers today to cultivate endurance as a concrete reminder of the hope we share as co-heirs with the suffering Messiah. http://www.wheaton.edu/TowerTalks/Cohick-1
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Life on campus doesn't slow down just because the sun goes down.
(Featuring Jazz at Wheaton)
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“Music is accessible. It just grabs ahold of us. . . . There’s something almost mysterious in how music affects people.”

The Wheaton College Concert Choir spent time in the city with the students at Golder College Prep, and discovered that sharing the gift of music is always a reciprocal blessing. #wheatonserves
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One year ago today the Wheaton College community lost Dr. Brett Foster. Foster was Professor of English and Wheaton's Poet in Residence. He was a good, true friend to his students and colleagues on campus, and his exceptional poems will be a lasting treasure for all who read them, both inside and outside the church.
If you are in the Wheaton area, please plan to join us next week as we gather together to celebrate and remember Dr. Foster's life (and that of his colleague, Dr. Roger Lundin, who also passed away on November 13th, 2015) at several events on campus including a faculty recital with new compositions, an art exhibit and reception, and a poetry reading with Scott Cairns. Learn more: http://www.wheaton.edu/foster-lundin
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Know a high school junior or senior planning college visits? This practical guide to college visits explains what to do before, during and after a visit; how to compare different campuses based on specific criteria; and much more. Share this helpful resource with the college-bound students in your life!
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