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Mar
13

How You Can Graduate Early College Faster & Save Thousands

by Doug Anderson It doesn’t take a PhD in economics to know that college is expensive. With the national average student loan debt at $39,400[1] for college graduates in 2017, the question naturally arises, “is college even worth it?” The data gives a resounding YES! College graduates earn on average 32%, roughly $14,400, more each […]

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Mar
13

Honoring Our Word to God Through Our Buying Habits

By Michael Rhett Jesus called his people to serve the least of these (Matthew 25:40, NIV). Some people are without clothes and some are without food, and some don’t know the Gospel. To remedy this, Christians will often have clothing and food drives or make charitable donations. Sometimes the giving is indirect, meaning a collection […]

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Mar
01

Pillar Faculty are Experts in their Field

Mastering the Basics By Peter Amerman (D. Min, M. Div., BA) Chair and Professor of Biblical Studies at Pillar College The “Mastering the Basics” study is a study of the basics of the Christian faith- four books on the topics of what Christians believe, why Christians believe it and why it matters. Why do Christians […]

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Feb
26

God’s Values

This should not come as a great shock to anyone who believes in God – His ways are not our ways. He even told us that in Isaiah 55:9: For just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so my ways are higher than your ways and my thoughts higher than your thoughts. Amazing […]

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Feb
14

Pillar College Psi Chi Chapter becomes a part of the Eastern Region

Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology, has approved the charter application from Pillar College. With this acceptance, the Pillar College Psi Chi Chapter will become a part of the Eastern Region. The faculty advisor of the new chapter is Maxine Bradshaw, Ph.D.. Psi Chi was founded on September 4, 1929 during the Ninth […]

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Jan
30

The Importance of Goals

Photo credit: https://edubirdie.com One of the earliest profound questions asked of a child is “What do you want to become when you grow older?” The child’s typical response would be to state a profession – to become a teacher, nurse, doctor, pilot, or an engineer- or to state a longing –to be rich, or become famous, […]

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Jan
28

It’s A Love Thing: Love as a Radical Factor in Civil Rights

Fifty one years ago (1968-2019), Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated. His assassination was one among many of the cruel events that dotted the civil rights landscape. Images that come to mind when one recalls the Civil Rights era often reflect violence. Certainly the beatings, the imprisonments, the insults, the discrimination and various forms of […]

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Jan
23

For Pillar College, MLK, Jr. Day is a Day Out, Not a Day Off

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once prayed, “Use me, God. Show me how to take who I am, who I want to be, and what I can do, and use it for a purpose greater than myself.” Pillar College echoes those sentiments as part of its mission – to educate, inspire and equip […]

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Jan
14

Dr. Mark G. Harden

Pillar College in Newark, New Jersey announced that after a year-long national search, its next Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the College is Mark G. Harden, Ph.D. Dr. Harden’s experience in academic leadership runs deep. He has earned a reputation as a visionary and compassionate leader in education for the past 16 […]

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Oct
08

GLOBAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE TO SOUTH AFRICA

Pillar College sponsored a Global Learning Experience (GLE) to South Africa from May 21-June 4, 2018. The theme and corresponding Scripture verse for this trip was “The Ministry of Reconciliation: The Church’s Role in Racial Reconciliation During the Apartheid Era” (2 Corinthians 5:18). The group of 21 participants including faculty, friends, staff, and students went […]

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