Articles by Bekah Coggin

Bekah Coggin

Bekah Coggin is the Chimes religion co-editor for the 2013-14 school year.

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12 seniors will be serving churches throughout North America this summer as part of the Jubilee Fellows program

Within a few weeks, 12 rising seniors will be spreading out through North America, developing leadership skills and prov...

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Calvin hosts over 500 Special Olympics athletes

The cold drizzle on Saturday morning did not dampen the spirits of the 532 athletes competing in the Special Olympics ga...

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Associate chaplain will spend one year on administrative sabbatical in Lithuania

During the 2014-2015 academic year, Rev. Aaron Winkle, associate chaplain for upperclass students, will take an administ...

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Opinion: World Vision policy change contradictory to biblical teachings

Last week, World Vision made a policy change which allowed the organization to hire employees who are in a legal homosex...

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North Korea orders deaths of 33 for contact with missionary

Thirty-three North Koreans have been sentenced to death for their alleged connection with a South Korean missionary, acc...

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Opinion: Evolution needs more evidence

Many Christians believe that a plain reading of Genesis is insufficient. Instead we take a non-historical reading and ac...

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Depression and anxiety awareness

What is depression and anxiety? Have you ever received bad news that makes you physically tired? Depression is something...

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CRC increases denominational grant for Calvin students

Beginning in the fall of 2014, all first year students at Calvin who are members of a Christian Reformed Church (CRC) wi...

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Calvin students respond to creation-evolution debate

Not only did last week’s debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye attract over three million viewers, but it also jumped to...

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Symposium teaches intercessory prayer for the worldwide church

If a stranger walked into your church today, how would he fill in the blank: this house is called a house of ______? Jes...