“I pray that you are having a great day!” is the way I typically like to start my emails. Usually there is no response to that statement because it is considered a part of the greeting. There are usually more important items in the meat of the email that supports the purpose of drafting it […]
Written by Jess Mazaheri, Director of Disability Services and Educational Resource Centers One of the most highly-valued standards in higher education—whether you are a brand new student or a seasoned professor—is academic honesty. Academic honesty is a commitment to eliminating plagiarism across the university. Most of us know the common definition of plagiarism: submitting someone […]
Have you ever found yourself looking at someone else and wondered why they choose to do something the way they are doing it? Surely it can be done better! In fact, you can think of a way or two to do it better yourself. A character in one of my favorite passages of scripture to […]
The graduating Class of 2017 selected Dr. Maurita Hodge, LPC, Social and Behavioral Sciences Chair, as their professor of the year. Get to know a little bit about Dr. Hodge: What is your title/role at Point? I serve as the Chair for the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department (SABS) in the College of Graduate and Professional […]
Legendary churchman William Quayle once said: “The art of preaching is not the art of preparing a sermon and delivering that. It is the art of preparing a preacher and delivering him.” At its finest, dynamic ministry is the overflow of the preacher’s own relationship with God. It is more than hermeneutical and homiletical. It […]
My title is College of Graduate and Professional Studies Department Chair, Business & Leadership Programs. I see my role as working closely with others to meet the mission of Point University and strategically thinking how to do so in an environment that is constantly changing both internally and externally.
“Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink, nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing? Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather […]
As you make resolutions and set goals for yourself in the New Year I want to encourage you to add “Creativity” as an item on that list. I like Eugene Peterson’s translation in The Message of Galatians 6. “Make a careful exploration of who you are and the work you have been given. And sink […]