Who We Are

Who We Are

 1500 years ago, after hundreds of years of stability, the people of Fiji, Samoa and Tonga went exploring. They found and settled approximately 1000 islands hidden among 20 million square miles of the Pacific Ocean in one of the greatest feats of human exploration in history. Recently, the beginning of this adventure was memorialized into a film named Moana. This Disney retelling is the last in a long line of historic retellings, and reveals human nature to us. We tell stories about our past to make sense of who we are.

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Ride for the Brand

Ride for the Brand

The wild West was “wild” in the truest sense of the word. As untamed and unpredictable as a wild bronco, a man could get lost for good in its vast arid prairies and harsh mountain terrain. Many did. But the West was also a place where wanderers could find a home. He could hire on with one of the great ranches that had staked their claim out there and then he could ride for the brand.

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Three Steps to the Gospel Going Forth

Three Steps to the Gospel Going Forth

"Over the last several weeks, students at the Abbey have been brainstorming, synthesizing, and testing evangelism tools. As part of the curriculum of Worldview at the Abbey, students go out and witness to people as part of the practicum element of our Apologetics and World Religions class, and part of that is class formulating and testing an evangelism tool."

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