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Graduating College With Zero Debt

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Keep sending your stories to brett [at] therebelution [dot] com. Today we have an article from Kris Kandel, a young lady whose seven year battle with Lyme Disease led to some surprising blessings. We love Kris’s story for two reasons: (1) because it demonstrates how God works all things together for the good of those who love Him and (2) because it is a testimony of thinking outside the box...

Thriving at College by Alex Chediak

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Our friend Alex Chediak, an Associate Professor at California Baptist University, has written a great book called Thriving at College. Here is the foreword we wrote: College can be a wonderful and a dangerous place. We’ve seen some of our peers flourish and find their identity at school and we’ve seen others completely lose their way—or even self-destruct. Is the college experience inherently...

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So I’m Going to College

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Going off to college is like taking a giant leap into the unknown. This video was made by Bridget Degnan — a journalism major and one of our best friends here at PHC — right before she arrived on campus this fall. We asked her if we could share this with you, because it was a much-needed reminder to us about what is really important — not just in questions about college, but in all the big...

Why Go to College?

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This coming Sunday morning, Brett and I will board a plane for Virginia. Destination? Patrick Henry College. Classes don’t start till August 25th, but we’ll be arriving early for freshman orientation. College will be new, hard, and good. We’re excited. What Does This Mean? What does this mean for the Rebelution? Only good things. First off, the conferences, website, and blog...

Laptops vs. Learning

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“Could you repeat the question?” That has become the most common response to questions I pose to my law students at Georgetown University. It is usually asked while the student glances up from the laptop screen that otherwise occupies his or her field of vision. After I repeat the question, the student’s gaze as often as not returns to the computer screen as if the answer might...

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rebelling against low expectations

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