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Here you will find posts written by our President, Ken B. Kemper. Thank you for visiting.

  • Buzzer beaters, upsets, office parties, and “one and done.”  These are all commonly used language in early March as the annual NCAA Basketball Tournament begins.  With sixty-four t...

  •   “How blessed are the feet of those who bring good news!” (Romans 10:15b) In this verse, Paul expresses a theme which is common throughout Scripture – those who s...

  • We hear this all the time during the Christmas season in regard to the celebration of our Savior’s birth.   We certainly celebrate in many ways.   On our campus this week I see joy...

  • I believe I am a grateful person.  I often stop to thank individuals, and I also thank the Lord who has blessed me in ways I do not deserve.  You are probably much the same. “...

  • Group games have always been a real favorite of mine.  That isn’t really very surprising as I love people and both large and small group gatherings.  My amazing wife Kathy is...

  • Last week I wrote briefly “On Your Best Day…” about how we should exhibit two important attributes: Be Hungry Take the Initiative   I believe there are two m...

  • What are the main elements of how we appear when we are “at our best?” Each new day is a unique opportunity to start again and live it out. My father who passed away in...

  • I lived and ministered in Africa for many years. In the culture I served, the Bantu people had many oral stories, proverbs, and sayings which guided life.  One of those was “the ha...

  • If you have never been misunderstood, then you have never talked to someone!  The normal process of communication goes something like this: (1) One person (Person A) thinks about s...

  • Grace is a common, rather simple word. We have become so accustomed to the term ‘grace’ that we fail to revel in its multi-faceted wonder and the depth of its incredible realities....