1. Advantages of Taking Classes Online

    At Colorado Theological Seminary, we understand how hectic life can get, which is why our seminary school is proud to offer a wide array of online courses for distance learning. We believe that no one should be denied an education simply because they are unable to fit school into their daily schedule. The courses offered at Colorado Theological Seminary are created with our students in mind and ar…Read More

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    Unique Ways to Practice Gratitude

    Thanksgiving is just around the corner. You know what that means: It’s that time of year when Americans prepare for turkey, cranberries, and football. You have also probably already seen the #thankful campaigns on Facebook and Twitter where people take the time to be grateful for one thing every day. While we could debate the merits of such a thing for quite a while, we will instead focus on the…Read More

  3. Don’t Worry: Verses to Inspire You in This Season

    Fall is a season that is full of wonders. From the richness of the fall foliage to the warmth of cafes and cinnamon, there is no shortage of things to enjoy in the autumn season. But fall can also bring certain challenges. Not just the weather, which, in some parts of the country can be unpredictable, but also in our daily lives and activities. College students know that fall brings the core of th…Read More

  4. Joy Comes in the Morning

    At Colorado Theological Seminary, we understand that the life of college students, even those attending an online seminary school, is filled with challenges. Sometimes the days can seem to drag, each new stress and task weighing on you more and more each day. After a while, it can begin to feel like the world is nothing but anxiety and darkness. In these moments, we come perilously close to losin…Read More

  5. Escape Mid-Semester Stress with These 3 Tips

    It’s midway through the semester. Midterms are just around the corner and you need to study hard to get the grades you know you are capable of. Your work is starting to ramp up as more and more people take to restaurants and shopping excursions while enjoying the crispness of fall in Colorado. If you have a family, it is more than likely that your kids’ school programs are becoming more freque…Read More

  6. Passion Versus Calling

    There is a certain idea within the Christian church about what God’s calling for our lives should look like. Some envision a life of quiet sacrifice, pushing aside all personal desire and passion for the sake of God’s kingdom. Others see a life in which their passions, dreams, and natural talents all work for the glory of God. As students of an online seminary school, we are sure that those sa…Read More

  7. Heart of Service: Washing the Feet of the Apostles

    Have you ever wondered what the significance is behind the act of washing another’s feet? In John 13, we see Jesus washing the feet of the apostles before the Last Supper. What does this act reveal about him? What do the disciples’ reactions tell us? And how are we meant to apply the lessons revealed to our own lives? Food for Thought In modern society, we have a difficult time understanding w…Read More

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    Burned Out: Learning to Say No

    As students at an online seminary school, there are challenges that you will face when it comes to time management. That is just a fact of being a college student in general. One of the biggest issues faced by students during this time is burnout. Doing too much at once can leave you feeling like an empty husk of your former self. Taking on too much is a sure-fire way to wind up exhausted and unab…Read More

  9. Verse of the Month: Philippians 4:13

    “For I can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength.” Philippians 4:13 NIV Welcome back! Once again it is time to dive into the Word of God with our Verse of the Month. Last time, we examined Romans 14:5. If you missed it, you can find it by clicking here. Today, we are going to dig a little deeper into Philippians 4:13 from the New International Version of the Bible. Philippians 4:…Read More